An annual survey of consumption habits among China’s millionaires has revealed the country’s preferred drinks brands for collecting and gifting.
With top-end cuvées proving an opportunity for consumers to tap into a luxury lifestyle, winemakers across the globe are creating highly priced wines to satisfy demand.
We reveal the world’s biggest Champagne brands according to their global sales over the last year.
Perrier-Jouët has collaborated with Dutch designer Tord Boontje on a “flute tree” aimed at high-end UK restaurants and bars, and prestige retail accounts.
Specialist bars and the resurgence of the Champagne cocktail are helping the region fight back against increasing competition from sparkling wine, particularly Prosecco.
Are you struggling for ideas on what to buy your loved one for Valentine’s Day? Here are our suggestions.
The results from the Champagne Masters 2012 prove the quality in the vintage category and the impressive level of complexity on offer among brut NVs.
Reports from Mumm and Perrier-Jouët have described a difficult year in Champagne but one that has left both houses hopeful of good quality.
Pernod Ricard claims a “good overall performance” for the first quarter of 2012/13.
Despite frost, poor flowering, hail and disease all hitting yields, dry and warm weather in the run-up to picking has produced a small but potentially great harvest in Champagne.
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