World’s most powerful Champagne and sparkling wine brands

4. Freixenet


Slipping one place to fourth is the Spanish-owned Freixenet, which despite upping its prices by 10% recently, has maintained its position in the top 10. Earlier this year a key producer of the Spanish sparkler said that the ever-growing trend for Prosecco was a “good thing” for Cava, believing it was helping the brand by introducing more consumers to the sparkling wine category.

Overall rank: 66

Owner: Freixenet

Origin: Spain

Total score: 4.6%

Change: 0%

Brand score: 51.8%

Change: -6%

One Response to “World’s most powerful Champagne and sparkling wine brands”

  1. Interesting article, as ever. Thank you
    I can obviously understand how you can up for scores for the Hard measures, however surely the reliability of the Soft measures depend to a great extent on the size and nature of the panel. Can you tell us more about the composition and size of the panel please?

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