New Wine Tariffs on France and Germany Take Effect

Fond of Bordeaux? Big fan of Côtes du Rhône? You might want to stock up. .New tariffs are likely to drive up prices for many of your favorite European wines.The regulations are part of an ongoing dispute about government subsidies for airplane manufacturers.Wines under 14% alcohol from France, Spain, and Germany are the targets for the tariffs.Consumers can expect higher prices for bottles coming out of these countries.For example, Guigal Crozes-Hermitage is a Rhône red that used to cost around $25, but now it costs about $33 to $34.if you want to let Congress know how you feel, visit and make your grievances known