Champagne Taittinger to make English sparkling wine with UK vineyard deal

From Decanter: Taittinger has become the first Champagne house to invest in English sparkling wine after joining with investors to buy ‘premium’ vineyard land in England. Article continues at length.

Not surprising – only that it took this long. Shades of 1973, when Moët opened the doors of Domaine Chandon in Napa Valley . . . .

Another story – from the drinks business – can be found in this article.

They may well have been observing the successful development of English sparkling wine before making their commitment.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter!

Press Room
“Food is a pretty good prism through which to view humanity.”

― Jonathan Gold