Champagne Deutz has announced a change in its UK distribution, appointing González Byass UK from 1 August 2013.
With the US undergoing a heatwave, there are plenty of BBQ wines, classic cocktails and a strange obsession with kumquat in our latest round-up of the US and Canadian press.
After investing heavily in the Ningxia region of northern China, Moët Hennessy’s gaze is now firmly fixed on producing sparkling wine in north-western India.
Rebecca Murphy recommends “a bargain Pinot” from a “superstar winemaker” and Dave McIntyre highlights “the fruitiest Cava” he’s ever tasted, adding “it’s just pure fun.”
From having to give away over 60 bottles of Champagne to offending entire countries, some marketing and social media plans have not gone entirely well.
Jane MacQuitty reveals her picks for the “best red wines for summer”, while Terry Kirby recommends a “lovely pale pink” rosé that’s ideal for “summer and warm weather drinking.”
Food and beer matching, rare Bollinger and Italian tapestries are just some of the things that have featured in another busy week for the drinks trade.
the drinks business casts its eye back over the last decade in Champagne with this review of the “noughties”.
Bottle shape and size has a significant effect on the style and evolution of Champagne according to some of the region’s leading houses.
Bollinger has bucked a downward trend in Champagne sales worldwide, with the house achieving a 20% volume growth in the first quarter of this year according to CEO Jérôme Philippon.
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