Cornish winery, Camel Valley, could see its winemaker, Sam Lindo, awarded the title of International Sparkling Wine Producer of the Year.
Veuve Clicquot has submerged a selection of its Champagnes into the Baltic as part of a 50-year ageing experiment dubbed the Cellar in the Sea.
Pol Roger officially launched the 2002 vintage of Sir Winston Churchill yesterday, following record sales of this prestige cuvée in the UK market last year.
Antipodean Pinot Noir, southern French heavyweights and the delights of Hong Kong’s newest addition to the cocktail scene feature in this week’s round-up.
Champagne Ruinart has launched new limited edition packaging for its flagship Blanc de Blancs inspired by the house’s historic chalk cellars.
Dom Pérignon is to increase stock of its recently rebranded late-release series, which its cellar master hailed as “breaking new ground” in terms of what an older vintage Champagne can be.
New products from Codorniu and Les Grands Chais de France proves the trend for using white bottle sleeves for packaging sparkling wine is on the rise.
Two magnums of 1986 Pol Roger Cuvée which pay homage to Sir Winston Churchill are to go on sale at an auction in London next week.
The science behind Champagne ageing might be lost on the consumer but producers are striving to strike the right balance.
The majority of consumers have no understanding of the Champagne maturation process, according to Dom Pérignon winemaker Vincent Chaperon.
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