Pierre Cheval, the Champagne winemaker who was the driving force behind the region’s UNESCO bid, has died.
Formula 1 has ended its 15-year partnership with Champagne sponsor Mumm, reportedly after a multi-million euro offer was rejected by the sport’s management.
Champagne house Krug launched its 2002 vintage in London last night, with cellar master Eric Lebel dubbing it “a purebred stallion” that needed to be reined in due to its “assertive” and “muscular” nature.
Wine app Vivino has seen £17.3 million of new investment poured into the company, with the majority coming from the CEO of luxury drinks producer Moët Hennessey.
Supermarket alcohol outpaced flatlining grocery sales in the UK over the important Christmas trading period, new figures show.
Champagne Deutz has seen its sales figures hit record heights in 2015, the house has announced.
Taking Roederer’s blockbuster releases as read, the brand’s core Brut Premier is worthy of more attention. We consider why.
We run through a few predictions for the fine wine market in 2016, from more Champagne releases to the rise of California and Piedmont.
The introduction of a decommunisation law in Ukraine has forced a sparkling wine producer known for its “Soviet Champagne” to change its name.
Sales of Champagne reached a record high last year, driven by strong demand from export markets, favourable exchange rates and steady sales in France.
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