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Domaine Chandon has released a single-serve size for its rosé sparkling wine in the US.

The California-based wine producer said yesterday (13 September) that the 187ml bottle of Chandon Rosé is now available in the country.

"Rosé is one of the fastest-growing wine segments in the wine industry - for both still and sparkling wines - and the single-serving size is also gaining in popularity," said Ryan Harris, vice president of marketing and business development for Domaine Chandon.

"With our Brut Classic 187ml becoming the fastest-growing split in the market, it seemed like a natural progression for us to provide our sparkling Chandon Rosé in this convenient size."


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