As Pierre Gasly recently celebrated his F1 victory in Monza – the first Frenchman to do so since 1996 – the Champagne cork was popping hard on the podium. But with which Champagne brand was Gasly celebrating?
No longer regarded as a drink for the elite, Aussies are splurging on Champagne as prices tumble and the Global Champagne Day coming up in October, what better time to raise a toast to the good stuff?
Australians love their wine and are splurging on bubbly. Forget the red wine or VB , sparkling is the pick, with winemakers even offering ‘low-calorie’ bubbles as waistlines bulge around the nation.
The consumption of craft beer grows in Australia and abroad, barley malt producer GrainCorp (ASX: GNC) has benefited from robust malt sales while some listed brewers have benefited from higher beer sales too.
PINOT Noir is a lighter red wine perfect for drinking with food. If you haven’t tried it yet, it’s time to get some Pinot Noir into your mouth and discover this elegant wine.
Wine being sold in a can is increasingly making an appearance on liquor shop shelves. While Australians prefer their wine in a glass, well-known brands are increasingly appearing in a can and a broad range of wines has seen big growth in canned wines available in Australia.