Interest gathers for Taittinger and Lanson
Interest gathers for Taittinger and Lanson. In stark contrast to most of the French wine industry, sales of Champagne have been growing steadily and it is no surprise to find that the possible sale of two major names in the region has aroused considerable interest. Chris Brook-Carter examines the latest developments at Taittinger and Lanson and Champagne's general state of health.
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