Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Rosé

Sales are up at Nicolas Feuillatte but export volume down due to a “fiercely competitive” UK market

24 May 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Top Champagne house Centre Vinicole - Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte (CV-CNF) has released its sales figures for last year which show growth of 2% from 2014 and 2015 – although exports are down.

Digby Leander Pink NV Strawberry Boater

Digby aims to drive link between wine, sport and entertainment

24 May 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Digby Fine English is focusing on creating “experiential links” between their customers and their wines as they release their Digby Leander Pink NV into the off-trade for the first time.


Kingscote taking a leaf out of Champagne’s book for first fizz

20 May 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

A Sussex winery is gearing up to launch its first sparkling wine - drawing heavily from France’s most famous sparkling wine region.

Alliance logo Mar 2016

Alliance pushes the Prosecco ceiling with DOCG addition

19 May 2016

Alliance Wine is expanding its Prosecco offering by adding Giavi Prosecco Superiore DOCG to its range.

Moët & Chandon’s Moët Ice Impérial Rosé NV

Moët & Chandon launches “pink partner” to its Blanc Ice Impérial NV

17 May 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Moët & Chandon is launching its Moët Ice Impérial Rosé NV, believed to be the first ever Rosé Champagne to be served over ice.


Insights: The rise of the owners club Subscription

24 May 2016 | By James Lawrence

In the space of just over 15 years, privately funded associations have become a defining feature of the global wine industry. In Europe, they arguably represent a manifestation of the growing dissatisfaction with the inadequacies of regional appellation bodies, which has subsequently encouraged winemakers to take matters into their own hands.

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