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World Champagne losing its fizz as global pandemic clobbers sales

11:05  31 july  2020
11:05  31 july  2020 Source:   msn.com

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REIMS, France (AP) — Champagne is losing its fizz. For months, lockdown put the cork on weddings, dining out, parties and international travel — all key sales components for the French luxury wine marketed for decades as a sparkling must at any celebration.

A waitress serves a glass of champagne at La Grande Georgette restaurant in front of the cathedral in Reims, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press A waitress serves a glass of champagne at La Grande Georgette restaurant in front of the cathedral in Reims, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) Empty barrels for the next harvest in autumn in the cave of Champagne producer Anselme Selosse in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press Empty barrels for the next harvest in autumn in the cave of Champagne producer Anselme Selosse in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

Producers in France's eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they've lost an estimated 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales for this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression.

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Champagne did not use the méthode champenoise until the 19th century, about 200 years after Merret documented the process. Sales dropped from 110,000 bottles a year to 32,000 after the change. A co-operative member selling Champagne produced by the co-operative under its own name and label.

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Champagne bottles piled in the cave of the Vranken-Pommery Monopole in Reims, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press Champagne bottles piled in the cave of the Vranken-Pommery Monopole in Reims, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

They expect about 100 million bottles to be languishing unsold in their cellars by the end of the year.

View of the Champagne vineyards in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press View of the Champagne vineyards in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

“We are experiencing a crisis that we evaluate to be even worse than the Great Depression” of 1929, said Thibaut Le Mailloux of the Champagne Committee, known by its French acronym CIVC, that represents some 16,000 winemakers.

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A Champagne advert is displayed at the entrance of the village in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press A Champagne advert is displayed at the entrance of the village in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

Recognizing the urgency of the problem, the CIVC is launching unprecedented damage-limitation measures. Like oil-producing countries, the committee regulates the size of the harvest each year to avoid the kind of excess production that would cause bottle prices to plummet. At a meeting scheduled for Aug. 18, it's expected to impose a cap so tight that record quantities of grapes will be destroyed or sold to distilleries at discounted prices.

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Champagne producer Anselme Selosse answers reporters in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press Champagne producer Anselme Selosse answers reporters in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

The prospect alarms smaller producers, who are more vulnerable than the big houses.

Thibaut Le Mailloux of the Champagne Committee, an organization that represents some 16,000 winemakers and 300 Champagne houses, walks out the Champagne House building in Epernay, the Champagne region, near Reims, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press Thibaut Le Mailloux of the Champagne Committee, an organization that represents some 16,000 winemakers and 300 Champagne houses, walks out the Champagne House building in Epernay, the Champagne region, near Reims, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

Anselme Selosse, of Jacques Selosse Champagnes, called it “an insult to nature" that champagne's famous grapes might even be destined to produce alcohol for hand sanitizer, as is happening in other wine-producing regions such as Alsace after demand spiked during the pandemic.

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Visitors from London, take photos with a glass of Champagne as they visit the Vranken-Pommery Monopole in Reims, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press Visitors from London, take photos with a glass of Champagne as they visit the Vranken-Pommery Monopole in Reims, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

“We are to destroy (the grapes) and we pay for them to be destroyed,” Selosse said, referring to the industry as a whole. “It’s nothing but a catastrophe.”

Champagne bottles piled in the cave of the Vranken-Pommery Monopole in Reims, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press Champagne bottles piled in the cave of the Vranken-Pommery Monopole in Reims, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

“Champagne has never lived through anything like this before, even in the World Wars," Selosse added. "We have never experienced ... a sudden one-third fall in sales. Over one hundred million bottles unsold.”

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Champagne bottles are placed in an art creation exhibited in the cave of the Vranken-Pommery Monopole in Reims, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press Champagne bottles are placed in an art creation exhibited in the cave of the Vranken-Pommery Monopole in Reims, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

Major producers such as Vranken-Pommery predict that the crisis could last for years.

The Champagne taster room of the Champagne Committee, an organization that represents some 16,000 winemakers and 300 Champagne houses during an interview in Epernay, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press The Champagne taster room of the Champagne Committee, an organization that represents some 16,000 winemakers and 300 Champagne houses during an interview in Epernay, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

“It should not be forgotten that (champagne) has lived through every single war," said Paul-Francois Vranken, founder of Vranken-Pommery Monopole. "But with the other crises, there was a way out. For now, there is no way out — unless we find a vaccine.”

Paul Francois Vranken, Director of Vranken-Pommery Monopole speaks during an interview in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press Paul Francois Vranken, Director of Vranken-Pommery Monopole speaks during an interview in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

Vranken said the very essence of champagne marketing -- as a drink quaffed at parties and weddings -- needs to be re-evaluated to reflect the new normal: Fewer festivities and a lack of celebratory group events. The new branding strategy for his, and other champagne companies, will seek to highlight the wine's status as a naturally, and often organically, produced quality drink from a historic French region.

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An art creation exhibited in the cave of the Vranken-Pommery Monopole in Reims, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press An art creation exhibited in the cave of the Vranken-Pommery Monopole in Reims, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

“Even if the bars and the nightclubs are closed for five years, we don’t plan on missing out on customers ... There will be a very big change to our marketing that highlights the grandeur of our wines,” Vranken said.

Old posters of champagne advertising displayed in the room of the Champagne Committee, an organization that represents some 16,000 winemakers and 300 Champagne houses during an interview in Epernay, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press Old posters of champagne advertising displayed in the room of the Champagne Committee, an organization that represents some 16,000 winemakers and 300 Champagne houses during an interview in Epernay, the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

Selosse, who produces many “natural“ champagnes with no added sugar, also hopes the pandemic will encourage thought about future champagne marketing and how the multi-billion dollar industry is restructured. He would like to see a more cooperative side to production, such as “communal wine presses” to help pool the costs for smaller producers.

A piece of old agricultural machinery is displayed next to a vineyard in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press A piece of old agricultural machinery is displayed next to a vineyard in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

Selosse said adaptability has served champagne well in the past, helping it evolve from a dessert wine in the 19th century to the modern day dry version named “brut.”

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View of the Champagne vineyards in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press View of the Champagne vineyards in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

He even thinks — but this is a minority view among producers — the industry could move away from effervescence and be able to produce all sorts of wine, as it did in the past: red, white or still.

View of the Champagne vineyards in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third —  a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) © Provided by Associated Press View of the Champagne vineyards in Avize, in the Champagne region, east of Paris, Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Producers in France’s eastern Champagne region, headquarters of the global industry, say they’ve lost about 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion) in sales this year, as turnover fell by a third — a hammering unmatched in living memory, and worse than the Great Depression. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

In fact, literally no fizz.


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