http://www.wikio.de


Jun 27 2012

VDP: Ab 2012 – Die neuen Flaschen-Logos für die Grossen Gewächse

Tag: Allgemeinessigi.hiss @ 10:41

Sigi Hiss: anders – moderner – zeitgemässer – klarer – präziser. Gefällt! Oder?

[flagallery gid=4 name=Gallery]


Jun 27 2012

decanter.com: Louis Roederer now Champagne’s biggest biodynamic producer

Tag: Regionensigi.hiss @ 08:02

by Giles Fallowfield -Louis Roederer has increased its vineyard ownership to 230 hectares following the purchase of Champagne Leclerc Briant.Lerclerc Briant

After the death of Pascal Leclerc Briant in 2010 his four daughters have gradually sold off the 30ha estate. The first tranche was 17ha in October 2011: Roederer bought two hectares of vineyard in the premier cru of Cumières, where it already owns land, while Lanson bought 13ha.

Following that sale, a deal believed to be in excess of €40m was reached between the sisters and the Rouzaud family, which owns Roederer, to buy the whole of Leclerc Briant. This included the brand name, buildings in Epernay, several years’ stock, grape purchase contracts and crucially, from Roederer’s point of view, the remaining 13ha of vineyard mainly located in the adjoining premiers crus of Hautvilliers, Cumières and Damery.

As Leclerc Briant was the largest single biodynamic producer in Champagne, Roederer Continue reading „decanter.com: Louis Roederer now Champagne’s biggest biodynamic producer“


Jun 27 2012

decanter.com: China’s Bright Food buys Bordeaux negociant DIVA

Tag: Allgemeinessigi.hiss @ 07:59

by Jane Anson in Bordeaux – A Chinese food company has bought a majority stake in major Bordeaux negociant DIVA. DIVA is the first négociant to cede a majority stake to a Chinese company – in this case Shanghai Sugar Cigarette and Wine (SSCW), a subsidiary of state-owned Bright Food, which says it is China’s largest food products group.

The new partnership, due to be signed in Paris on Wednesday, means that SSCW will take 70% of the shares of DIVA Bordeaux. Pierre Beuchet, founder and president, and managing director Jean-Pierre Rousseau, will keep a stake of around 30%. A representative of SSCW will become chairman of a new supervisory committee.

Rousseau told Decanter.com, ‘The job of being a négociant has become more and more capital intensive, and we needed investment to develop to the next level. We looked at various options for funding, but I believe a good part of the future of Bordeaux lies with China, and we have to be part of it.’ Rousseau will continue to run DIVA, a company founded in 1979 and with a turnover in 2011 of €33m, for at least the next five years. Continue reading „decanter.com: China’s Bright Food buys Bordeaux negociant DIVA“