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Top 10 biggest Champagne brands

5th June, 2013 by Rupert Millar

The drinks business has compiled a list of the current top 10 Champagne brands by global volume sales.

1007-GQ-LL01.01While there are few dramatic changes to this year’s rankings – the slide by Piper Heidsieck was widely forecasted as a result of the brand’s recent repositioning – what does stand out is the decline in sales seen by so many of these major players in the Champagne category.

For many consumers, especially in more traditional markets, Champagne stands firm as the ultimate celebratory drink. However, this slide in sales appears to be the result of two aligning forces: ongoing economic difficulties in some of the category’s biggest markets and the growing competition Champagne faces from an increasingly ambitious sparkling wine market.

Read on to find out which brands are dominating today’s Champagne market.

5 Responses to “Top 10 biggest Champagne brands”

  1. Natalia Soto says:

    We bought Möet & Chandon 2004 vintage edition to open in 2014, at our anniversary. Have never tried Möet before so we are looking forward to celebrate our 10th anniversary with this exquisite champagne :)

  2. Jak Daxter says:

    I think that Dom Perignon should be three, it is an amazing champagne

  3. juma robert says:

    I love wines

  4. dev singh adhikari says:

    what is vcp

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