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NUMBER 1.MOëT & CHANDON
continue to head the list, but the overall tone of 2011 was of volume losses – with Nicolas Feuillatte one of the few that shown growth as well as volume sales figures for 2011 and 2010.
Volume 2011: 1,450,000 9l cases
Volume 2010: 1,600,000 9l cases
Change 10-11: -10%
2011 ranking: 2
This year Veuve Clicquot released its first La Grande Dame since the 1998 vintage. The Champagne house also used the launch event to unveil La Grande Dame Rosé 2004. Chef de cave Dominique Demarville suggested that future vintages could contain a much higher proportion of Pinot Noir.
La Grande Dame is Veuve Clicquot’s prestige cuvée. The first vintage, of which only 6,000 bottles were made, was 1962, and the first to be released commercially was 1966, launched in 1972.
The brand has also tapped into the big events happening in the UK this year. Veuve Clicquot has partnered with the World Duty Free Group to bring the vibrancy of “The Season” to London Heathrow’s Terminal 5.
Travellers visiting the WDFG store can sample a Champagne lifestyle, watching footage of the Polo Gold Cup in the UK, Design Week in Milan, the Polo Classic in New York and Los Angeles and Les Voiles de Saint Tropez in France.
Brand owner: Moët Hennessy
Head office: 13 Rue Albert Thomas,
51100, Reims, France
Tel: +33 26 89 53 90
Brand director: Elsa Corbineau
UK PR: Phipps
+44 (0)207 759 7400
Product range: Brut Yellow Label, Rosé, Demi-Sec, Vintage, Rosé Vintage, La Grande Dame