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Champagne sales at LVMH, which owns the Krug, Moet & Chandon, Dom Perignon and Veuve Cliquot brands, fell by 12% during 2009 as consumers stopped cut back their spending on luxury products.
Diageo is considering launching a bid for some of the world's oldest champagne labels, including Mo t Chandon, Krug and Dom P rignon, according to press reports.
The latest vintage from luxury Champagne house Krug has hit UK shelves in time for Christmas. The 1998 vintage will retail for about £230 a bottle and is being aimed at specialist wine retailers and luxury outlets. The "captivating" quality...
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