Top 10 biggest Champagne brands


Volume 2011: 211,000 9l cases
Volume 2010: 210,000 9l cases
Change 10-11: +0.47%
2011 ranking: 10

The Perrier-Jouët bicentenary celebrations continued around the world last year, including an event in at Il Bottaccio, near London’s Hyde Park. With the theme of “Living Legacy “, it was attended by Nicole Farhi, Ben de Lisi, Michaela Meazza, Tom Spence, Amelia and Freddie Fox, model Jade Parfitt with Giles Deacon – and Serena Sutcliffe MW.

French Chef Albert Roux orchestrated the gala dinner, joined by nephew Alain Roux, son of Michel.

Internationally, Perrier-Jouët pursued its strategy of visibility and brand experience with the opening last September of the first Perrier-Jouët flagship in Japan.

It has taken up residency with a bar at the Beige Alain Ducasse rooftop terrace restaurant in Tokyo’s Chanel building.

Brand owner: Pernod Ricard
Head office: 28 Avenue de Champagne, 51201, Epernay, France
Tel: +33 326 53 38 00
Marketing director: Anne-Claire Rodary
Public relations: The View
+44 (0)1483 331927
Product range: Grand Brut, Blason Rosé, Belle Epoque Vintage, Belle Epoque Vintage Rosé, Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs Vintage

17 Responses to “Top 10 biggest Champagne brands”

  1. ojo gbenga says:

    i love your product.

  2. i want to know about champagne histry and what is the defferent between sparkling wine & champagng top brands & regions

  3. melody kingsley says:

    the drinks for the bigger boys in madrid spain,i enjoyed it so muccccccccccccccccccccch

  4. Anita Carmell says:

    Is it a true statement that the word “Champaign” is the Original word owned by Champagne France?

    All white sparkling wines made in America, etc. have to legally state origin of the sparkling wine as well.
    Example : “American Champagne”
    Please reply to my email address. Thank you !

    • all the champagnes are sparkling wine but all sparkling wines not the champagne because there is a wine region in France which is called champagne those sparkling wines produce in this region called champagne & rest all wine region in the world can produce only sparkling wines not the champagne

  5. Trishul says:

    good selection

  6. this is great to learn about the wine
    and grape too

  7. Jason says:

    The United States was in prohibition when that treaty was signed , they never did! So technically the U.S. wine makers can call their sparkling wine anything they want!

  8. tamika williams says:

    i want to know about the history of champagne and wine

  9. Ganesh Adhikari says:

    Sperkling wine> the white sperkling wine from champagne reagion which has been processed by methode champonnaise is called champagne.that means all the champagne are sperkling wine but not all sperkling wine are champagne. Thank you so much.

  10. Jayanta banerjee says:

    i like it

  11. Joe says:

    Immmm, since when did Mercier drop out of the #1 spot? Are you taking about the biggest brands sold in the Us?

  12. SAMRAT says:

    Give me top10 champagne name and can try

  13. Amir says:

    Bonjour j’ai envie de travailler avec un commerce tel 0033652561253

  14. Vim says:

    Sad to think Moet are number one 🙁

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