Prosecco outsold bottles of champagne around the world in 2013, with sales particularly strong in the UK and the US.
Caviar and champagne is a classic pairing, reasons a French company, so why not create a caviar-flavored bubbly?
The French government has finally selected the wine regions of Burgundy and Champagne to be considered as UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Petrossian’s Champagne and caviar bar opened last week at the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX.
Armand de Brignac has released what it is calling the world’s largest bottle of rosé champagne that holds the equivalent of 40 regular 750 ml bottles.
Krug has introduced a Grande Cuvée box set that includes two crystal flutes and a porcelain sculpture shaped like a miniature ship’s foghorn.
Limited to only 500 pieces, this exclusive Champagne Gift Box by Piper-Heidsieck and Baccarat will cost you $650.
After caviar, cupcakes and high-end mascara, now there’s a vending machine selling bottles of luxury bubbly by Moet & Chandon.
Hosted by trade publication The Drinks Business, experts sipped on 100 samples of bubbly at luxury hotel The Dorchester in London for the Champagne Masters Competition 2013.
Veuve Clicquot’s latest packaging innovation comes courtesy of French designer Cédric Ragot, who helped the champagne maker create the industry’s first 100% biodegradable isothermal packaging.
The prestigious French crystal maker has designed a holiday gift set featuring the Duval-Leroy Meilleurs Ouvriers de France Sommeliers champagne, a new cuvée launched last April.
Champagne Taittinger has been announced as the official Fifa Champagne in an agreement which runs until December 2015.
Dom Pérignon has struck a collaboration with contemporary American artist Jeff Koons to help the champagne house launch its Rosé Vintage 2003.
A luxury champagne maker has created the most expensive bottle in the world after encrusting the logo with a 19-carat diamond worth $1.8 million.
Champagne Louis Roederer has teamed up with designer Philippe di Meo to create a limited edition Jeroboam design for its prestige cuvee Cristal 2002.
Perrier-Jouët has revealed “The Enchanting Tree”, a champagne service created by Dutch artist and designer Tord Boontje.
Sales of champagne fell by 4.4 percent in volume terms in 2012, but increased exports helped compensate for sagging European consumption.
Perrier-Jouët has unveiled the Perrier-Jouët Collection by Claire Coles, a series of limited editions and essential accessories created by the textile designer.
Franco-American relations are being strained by plans to serve California “champagne” at an inauguration banquet honoring reelected President Barack Obama.
Dom Perignon have teamed up with renowned australian designer Marc Newson to create the ’Kyoto’ champagne cooler for Dom Perignon.