Moët & Chandon’s Dom Pérignon and Salon Le Mesnil are the best performing Liv-ex Champagne 50 sub-indices over the past year, having risen over 25% since July 2020.
Taittinger’s Comtes Champagne is not far behind the two and at several times throughout the past year, has been the top performer.
The Champagne 50 itself is up 11.39%.
Even the worst performing Champagne 50 sub-index, Perrier Jouët’s Belle Epoque, has risen nearly 5% over the past year.
Champagne benefitted from its omission from the 25% USTR tariffs and momentum from that period has endured.
Liv-ex recently dug into the performance of the Champagne 50’s rosé counterparts and the results will be with in the August Market Report.
For now you can search for LIVE offers of white Champagne using the region search bar and colour drop down, both seen in the graphic below.