Champagne Thieves Flee After Pursuit

Thieves who stole a truckload of Moët & Chandon champagne managed to escape after a spectacular chase, but the police secured their loot, valued at approximately $650,000.

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Bollinger Achieves B-Corp Certification

The prestigious Champagne house Bollinger is now saving 40% in greenhouse gas emissions and is committed to social concerns, with its commitment being reviewed every three years.

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Roederer Fights Against Pet Nat "Crystal"

An English winery is entangled in a legal dispute with Champagne Louis Roederer over their "Crystal Pet Nat Pink," which has irked the French champagne makers.

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Champagne Henriot Changes Owner. Again

After just one year, the Artémis Group is parting ways with Champagne Henriot. A new owner has already been found.

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Brad Pitt Launches a New Champagne, Petite Fleur

The Champagne company Fleur de Miraval is launching its second rosé Champagne, Petite Fleur.

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Inhumane Harvest Conditions in Champagne

The Châlons-en-Champagne prosecutor's office has initiated several investigations into human trafficking. There have been reports of fatalities due to the heat during the harvest.

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How a High School Teacher Built a Champagne Juggernaut. From Brisbane

Tyson Stelzer is one of the world’s top Champagne experts, with a thriving wine publishing business. He tells Felicity Carter how he did it.

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Former Employee Accuses Champagne House of Fraud

A woman is suing her former employer, the Champagne house Didier Chopin. According to reports from France Bleu Champagne-Ardenne and L'Union, Ludivine Jeanmingin is accusing her ex-boss of having used wine from the Ardèche and Spain for making "Champagne".

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France Expects Average Harvest

The French Ministry of Agriculture forecasts the 2023 harvest yields to be between 44 to 47m hectoliters. 

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