High acidity not the reason for Champagne’s slow progress in China
Thibaut le Mailloux, communication director of Comité Champagne, has dismissed the idea that high acidity is the culprit behind Champagne’s slow penetration in China and underlined the importance of education to help unlock its market potential.
Ruinart launches duo of vintage Champagnes
Ruinart has released two prestige vintage cuvées under its Dom Ruinart label, the Dom Ruinart 2006 and Dom Ruinart Rosé 2004, which are the first Dom Ruinart vintage releases from the house in three years.
Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte’s social media competition saw entrants depict their trip of a lifetime using bottle caps and wire cages for a chance to win a holiday worth up to £17,000.
2017 will mark the first time in Dom Pérignon's history that the prestige cuvée has chosen to release vintages in reverse order.