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Wine News 2-9 June

We are just back from holiday, somewhat sunburnt and quite mad for the seaside. If in the coming weeks we feature more warm weather drinks, wines to go with fish or seafood, or just burst into sea shanties, you will now know why.

On with the wine news!

In this installment of crimes against wine, ram-raiders have hit Domaine Jean Marc Brocard in Chablis and Champagne stolen by the Nazis has been discovered north of Dresden in Germany.

Alder Yarrow has posted an interview with one of the trailblazers in grower Champagne, Anselme Selosse. Don’t miss this one.

Twelve Catalonian wine producers are reviving one of Spain’s oldest wine export roads for wine tourists.

If you’re buying Malbec without knowing these five key Argentinian sub-zones, you may be missing out on the Malbec of your dreams.

What is “pét-nat,” or pétillant-naturel?

And finally, does your rosé need a little lift? VinePair has a few suggestions for sprucing up your summer sipping.