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In many French wine-growing regions, vine blossoming has started much earlier than usual. In the Entre-Deux-Mers region, for example, it is three weeks earlier than average and even four weeks earlier than 2019. In the south of France, too, the development process has progressed much faster than usual, said Joël Ortiz, viticulture expert at the Chamber of Agriculture there. In Provence and the Rhone valley, the course of development is five to nine days earlier than 2019, and this vintage is one of the ones with the earliest flowering in history.

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