A pair of English sparkling wines from Hampshire and Sussex have beaten famous Champagnes to take the top spots in a blind tasting.
The 2006 vintage of the jewel in Taittinger’s crown, prestige cuvée Comtes de Champagne, was launched in London this morning at Christie’s in St James’s.
Part two of our analysis of the world’s biggest Champagne brands brings you the latest winemaking improvements and 2014 global volume sales for the sixth to the tenth largest labels.
Champagne Taittinger has appointed chef Michel Roux Jr to lead a panel of judges for the brand’s Prix Culinaire International gastronomy competition.
From Krug to Selosse and Roederer to Dom Pérignon, we count down the best-selling Champagne houses at Sotheby’s in 2014.
The Liv-ex 100 index showed a rise for the fourth month in a row in November, with Champagne top of the movers as Christmas approaches.
As the battle for Champagne supremacy continues, we round up the region’s top 10 leading brands by volume.
For a record thirteenth straight month the Liv-ex 100 index has fallen, with Bordeaux the chief casualty.
A full “Taittinger Collection” of limited edition vintages that belonged to Michael Cox is to be auctioned at the Benevolent Ball this March.
Taittinger is launching a new limited edition bottle featuring hologramatic footballs to cement its position as the official Champagne of the FIFA World Cup.
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