German Sekt Sales Rise

The Association of German Sparkling Wine Producers reports a 2.8% increase in sales, defying the general downward trend in German still wines.

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Best of German Sparkling – Here Are the Results

Around 450 different sparkling wines from classic bottle fermentation were put into the glasses at the Meininger German Sparkling Wine Award. The upward trend continues, and the sparklings are becoming increasingly high-class - and bold.

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French Harvest Begins

Roussillon has commenced the French grape harvest in early August.

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English Wine Sales Slow. Production Volumes Rise. Strategy Is Confused

The UK is on track to be a surprisingly high-volume wine producing region. But sales have slowed, raising questions over future industry strategy. Robert Joseph reports.

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Crémant de Bordeaux Sparkles With Promising Growth

While the table wine market in Bordeaux is facing a crisis, there is a notable surge in production and demand for Crémants.

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Ferrari Rolls out Formula 1 Edition

Ferrari Trento is the official toast of Formula 1 for the third consecutive year and presents three new bottles in F1 edition. They are particularly pleased to be celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Imola circuit in Italy.

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Cava Producer Numbers Down, but Cava Exports are up

Cava exports increased in volume and value. Retail continues to drive the category. Surprisingly, some markets experienced rapid growth.

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Record Volume for Italy's Sparkling Wines

2 billion euros in export value alone illustrate the spumante boom. Markets like Eastern Europe and France are also growing strongly.

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All About Sparkling Wine Consumption in Germany

Hochschule Geisenheim University and the Association of German Sparkling Wine Producers studied Germany’s sparkling wine market. How much is consumed and when—and who’s drinking it? A report by Professor Dr Gergely Szolnoki, Christoph Kiefer and  Dr Alexander Tacer.

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