The Vine crop in France.
--The Echo de Vesone
--The information which reaches us from every part of France
represents the aspect of the country as most satisfactory.--The corn looks well, and the vines, about which some alarm had been felt on account of the late cold, have the most flourishing appearance in Champagne, Burgundy, Guienne, Languedoc
The season certainly is not sufficiently advanced for any decided opinion to be formed as to the next crop; but it is a great thing to have already gone safely through the month of March, a period always so critical for the productions of the earth."