Top 10 biggest Champagne brands

5th June, 2013 by Rupert Millar

2. Veuve Clicquot

Volume 2011: 1,450,000 9l cases
Volume 2012: 1,474,000 9l cases
Change 11-12: +1.6%
2011 ranking: 2

Maintaining the Moët Hennessy one-two at the top of the list, Veuve Clicquot ploughs its own on-trade inspired course at present. It was recently named the house Champagne at all of Joel Robuchon’s restaurants, including his two-Michelin-starred L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon in London as well as his 10 other venues in cities such as Las Vegas, Hong Kong, Paris, Tokyo, Macau and Monaco.

The brand also overran one of Selfridges’ window displays at the beginning of the year with an “interactive” experience as part of its “No Noise” campaign.

As with its fellow Moët Hennessy property, Veuve launched its 2004 vintage last year, including for La Grande Dame – the first vintage….

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5 Responses to “Top 10 biggest Champagne brands”

  1. Natalia Soto says:

    We bought Möet & Chandon 2004 vintage edition to open in 2014, at our anniversary. Have never tried Möet before so we are looking forward to celebrate our 10th anniversary with this exquisite champagne 🙂

  2. Jak Daxter says:

    I think that Dom Perignon should be three, it is an amazing champagne

  3. juma robert says:

    I love wines

  4. dev singh adhikari says:

    what is vcp

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