Pol Roger will show off a bespoke project as Champagne sponsor of the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials this September, part of the house’s biggest ever UK marketing activity.
A Greek wine jug from the 5th century BC has been found at the burial site of a Celtic prince in the Aube region of southern Champagne.
A 57 bottle vertical of Pétrus and prestige Champagne cuvées from Salon, Krug, Gosset and Selosse will lead Christie’s next Hong Kong sale this month.
Veuve Clicquot will be the first company to produce packaging using grapes when the Champagne house launches its newest “Naturally Clicquot” next month.
One of the UK’s top independent merchants reveals its bestsellers of the past year, and why 2014 is “a watershed vintage” for Bordeaux en primeur.
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.
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