Wine terroirists strike again
Militant French winemaker group CRAV, the Regional Committee for Viticultural Action has struck again, this time in the South of France, setting fire to a cooperative and vandalising a bottling line.
According to local newspaper Midi Libre, one of the targets was Trilles, a negociant based in the town of Maurelhian, near Beziers.
The group set fire to pallets and cardboard and left graffiti on the walls.
CRAV militants also attacked the offices of the winemakers' cooperative of western Aude and Razès in Clermont l'Herault, 30km west of Montpellier. Around 50 wine barrels were set alight.