‘2017 was a very strong year’ says Moët director

30th January, 2018 by Patrick Schmitt

Champagne icons Moët and Dom Pérignon enjoyed a “very strong year” in 2017, with growth in all regions, including Europe, the drinks business can exclusively report.

‘2017 was a very strong year for Maison Moët & Chandon’ according to the brand’s international director Jerome Seignon

Following a telephone interview with Moët & Chandon’s international director Jerome Seignon on Friday, db can confirm that Champagne’s most powerful group enjoyed rising sales worldwide, which included, significantly, Europe too – bucking a general trend of decline for Champagne demand in this region.

As previously reported by db, estimates from the Champagne region as a whole suggest that France and UK together saw a decline in shipments during 2017 of at least 10 million bottles, with decreases….

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