Police say theft was clearly committed by professional vintners after a mild March and frosty April resulted in a very low yield

At least seven tonnes of grapes have been stolen in the dead of night from vineyards in France’s prime winegrowing region of Bordeaux, following a disastrous yield blamed on poor weather, police say.

Three vineyards have had grapes and even whole vines stolen since mid-September, police said on Wednesday.

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