Italian sparkler Prosecco has overtaken Champagne as the toast of choice at British weddings, according to the latest figures from Laithwaite’s.
This day in 1693 is sometimes pinpointed as the day Dom Pérignon “invented” Champagne.
Taking a turn towards the luxury end of the market, the latest products to hit the shelves in the last month include high-end rosé, a rare Macallan Scotch and a whiskey fronted by a certain Irish punk band.
Louis Vuitton Moët-Hennessy’s Q2 results have “far outpaced” analysts’ predictions on the back of strong fashion and drinks sales.
The fourth vintage of Krug’s Clos d’Ambonnay, the 2000, has been released with just over 5,000 bottles available.
Nicolas Feuillatte increased its shipments by 19% between 2007 to 2014, the biggest growth of any Champagne brand during that period, according to a report by Shanken.
Charles Heidsieck outlined important finessing of its distribution as the Champagne house unveiled its Rosé Millésime 2006, the first since its 1999 vintage.
The 1995s show impressive returns two decades on but is there actually any left to buy?
Champagne Krug has partnered with The Ritz London to offer guests a tasting flight on the terrace throughout August.
High end Prosecco and English sparkling wine have helped to drive a 40% year-on year uplift in fizz sales at Matthew Clark, one of the UK’s largest on-trade suppliers.
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