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Thursday 31 December 2020

Moet tops the Champagne charts

Moët Hennessy rules the Champagne world, new data released by Dutch company BoldData reveals. 

The data specialist gathered a list of the 100 most prominent Champagne houses - and lists them by annual revenue. 

The wines and spirits division of LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy) owns six iconic Champagne brands including Veuve Clicquot, Moët & Chandon and Dom Pérignon. 

Moët & Chandon is the far and away the biggest Champagne house with 64.7 million bottles sold last year. Prices start at around €40 a bottle. 

Altogether, Moët Hennessy brands together make up an annual revenue of  €2.21 billion and a total of 2.485 employees.

Vranken-Pommery Monopole is the second largest Champagne group, with a revenue of €218.8 million. The group owns five Champagne brands including Vranken, Demoiselle, Charles Lafitte 183, Pommery and Heidsieck & Co. 

Next come the Champagne houses of Nicolas Feuillatte (€211.9 million revenue) and Laurent Perrier (€206.2 million revenue).  Then come Louis Roederer, Taitinger and Mumm.

No sign of Bollinger, which might surprise Australians, who are lovers of the brand. 

Gosset - the oldest Champagne House - can only be found at spot 33 on the list with an annual revenue of  €23.7 million.

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