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Can China fizz?

…wines such as Champagne, Cava and Prosecco, mainly because of a lack of awareness. “Chinese people are generally more aware of red wine than sparkling wine, one of the reasons…


5 predictions for 2018

…imported sparkling wine have almost doubled in the same period from 655,000 9 litre cases to 1.4 million and Champagne has climbed from the 5th most popular alcoholic beverage to…


Ready to pop?

…Italy and Spain. When it comes to styles of sparkling wine, Champagne dominates the consumer recognition at present. Although Italy and Spain have strong associations with sparkling wine production, the…


Vive la difference?

…types, has remained stable over the past three years. In the case of sparkling wine, unsurprisingly Champagne is top of the list, yet here too, wine drinkers are branching out….


China grows up: part two

…whites are also catching on to the opportunities that sparkling wine offer them. While Champagne dominates the limited sparkling wine category at present, sweeter styles such as sparkling Moscato, Asti…


Sparkling future?

…product selling for over £20 a bottle retail, the English sparkling community will be facing off directly against the might of Champagne, which currently sells 32 million bottles in the…


The everyday sparkle

As Prosecco continue to thrive, we investigate how it has managed to become a fixture on every supermarket shelf and wine list While Champagne is still the go-to for celebratory…