Champagne shipments surpassed 307 million bottles in 2014, an increase of 0.7% on 2013, when the region sold 304m bottles worldwide.
The New York auction house claims to have hosted the city’s largest fine wine sale in nearly a decade last week.
Champagne Mercier has launched a blanc de noirs for the French market following an investment in new packaging and an expanded range by brand owner Moët.
Lanson has started using oak vats to improve the quality of its future Brut NV Champagne, according to the brand’s new cellar master, Hervé Danton.
Drinks giant Pernod Ricard has announced a number of new appointments including a number of key positions for Asia.
Stars quaffed their way through 16,000 bottles of Champagne and bottles of boutique vodka Iordanov at the Brits 2015 Awards ceremony and after party in London last night.
Supporters of “Champagne Jayne” have launched a fundraising campaign to help the wine communicator during her ongoing legal battle with the Champagne bureau.
We round up a handful of wines that are delicious, varied, and do without any manipulative cellar techniques – but don’t class themselves as “natural”.
With price records constantly being broken, it’s clear that Champagne still holds a certain allure when it comes to the auction house.
Sotheby’s worldwide head of wine, Serena Sutcliffe, speaks to the drinks business about swimming the Aegean sea and snorkelling for Pétrus.
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