As part of the Langham’s ‘Origami Afternoon Tea Party’ campaign, guests can win a trip to the former Perrier family estate in Epernay throughout December and January.
With Louis Roederer preparing to release just its second ‘Brut Nature’ Champagne, cellarmaster Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon insists the dosage level isn’t the main story.
Matthew Clark has taken on exclusive distribution for Champagne Doyard from Flint Wines.
The fifth Champagne Masters highlighted a distinct upturn in quality in the wines of the 10 biggest brands. Here, we reveal the full results of the competition.
Underwater kissing and Roger Federer playing table tennis are just some of the scenes that feature in Moët’s latest advertising campaign, called The Now.
Chicago-based fine wine auctioneer, Hart Davis Hart, has said it will host the “largest wine auction of 2015” next month.
Champagne producer Duval-Leroy has announced its entire range is now “vegan friendly”.
Independent wine merchant Roberson has culled all of the big name Champagnes from its website in order to focus solely on grower Champagnes.
A flurry of new releases has seen Champagne put in a strong performance on Liv-ex this year, buoyed by the likes of Dom Pérignon, Pol Roger and Cristal.
England’s top sparkling wines are more similar in character and style to grower Champagnes than Grandes Marques according to one UK producer.
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