What is the most expensive German sparkling wine?
Here, I can only talk about the brand-name sparkling wines, and not about special vintage sparkling wines from individual wineries, which are more expensive. Fifteen euros is about the limit for brand-name sparkling wines. During the Christmas season, you will see discounters selling champagne at a similar price so consumers buy the champagne. That is why its hard for German sparkling wines to rise above a certain price ceiling. Going by the number of bottles that producers fill under their own brand names, Rotkppchen-Mumm Sektkellereien (Rotkppchen-Mumm Sparkling Wine Cellar) is not only number one in Germany, with its 37 percent market share, but is also the second-largest sparkling wine cellar in the world, after the Spanish Freixenet Group. There has been a slight reduction, however, in sparkling wine consumption per capita. Where do you see opportunities for further growth? At the beginning of the 1990s, after reunification, we were up to 5.1 liters per capita, and today its 3.8 l
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