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The wine and alcohol department of LVMH grew 11 percent in 2006 with a profit of no less than 30 percent. This is possible amongst other things because the champagne customers of the giant bought more expensive bubbles such as Dom Perignon and Ruinart. LVMH owns Veuve Clicquot-Ponsardin and Moët & Chandon, og says, that Moët & Chandon has developped well in Central Europe and China.
Since in Champagne you can expect to see a development towards more fine and therefore also more expensive products in the years to come. To ensure and to help champagne to keep its position as leader of sparkling wines.
Only Great Britain, Belgium and Italy bought more bottles than the 7,32 million of the Japanese, a growth of 37,73 percent. Customers, that Laurent-Perrier wants to treat even better, for a start by changing its distributor.
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