LANSON-BCC (EPA:LAN) - 2021 FIRST-HALF REVENUES: €99.11M
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2021 FIRST-HALF REVENUES: EUR99.11M
Reims, Thursday July 22, 2021 - 5:45pm - After an unprecedented crisis period
due to the Covid pandemic, the global Champagne wine market recorded a volume
increase of 49.7% over the first half of 2021, compared to the first half of
2020. As a reminder, the first half of 2020 was down 29.4% (source CIVC).
In this context, The LANSON-BCC Group is reporting consolidated revenues of
EUR99.11m for the first half of 2021, up +33.7% compared with EUR74.13m for the
first half of 2020. As a reminder, the revenues of the LANSON-BCC Group
outperformed the market in 2020 with a decrease limited to 6.7% compared to the
first half of 2019.
Excluding the brokerage subsidiary, whose activity is traditionally subject to
fluctuations, the Group's consolidated revenues came to EUR97.30m, compared
with EUR73.45m for the first half of 2020 (+32.5%). These figures reflect the
strong attachment of consumers to Champagne wines both in France and abroad and
can also be explained by a significant restocking during the half-year, clearly
indicating that effective consumption in 2020 was higher than the shipments
LANSON-BCC would like to highlight that around one third of sales are usually
recorded during the first half of the year, which bears half of the fixed
costs. However, this proportion should not be verified this year due to both
the partly exceptional nature of this shipment recovery and the continued
2021 first-half earnings will be released on Thursday September 9th, after
close of trading.
LANSON-BCC is a group built around eight Maisons producing Champagne wines,
created and led by Champagne families. It unites together outstanding Maisons,
renowned for their unique wines and benefiting from the effective fit between
their customer segments . The combination of ancestral know-how and modern
technical capabilities, creative independence and rational synergies enables
each one of its Maisons to develop its performances, ensuring the LANSON-BCC
* Champagne Lanson, prestigious Maison founded 1760, Reims, holder of a Royal
Warrant since the time of Queen Victoria, 80% of Champagne sold on
international markets. Indices: EN Growth Allshare, EnterNext PEA-PME 150
* Champagne Chanoine Frères, Maison founded 1730, Reims, Champagne
sold primarily for the European mass retail market, reputed above all for its
attractive Tsarine cuvee.
* Champagne Boizel, Maison founded 1834, Epernay, Champagne distributed through
mail order in France (BtoC) and in traditional sectors for international
* Champagne De Venoge, Maison founded 1837, Epernay, Champagne sold on
selective retail markets, notably with its Cordon Bleu and Princes ranges and
its Louis XV grande cuvee.
* Champagne Besserat de Bellefon, Maison founded 1843, Epernay, Champagne
distributed through traditional networks (restaurants, wine stores).
* Champagne Philipponnat, Maison founded 1910, Mareuil sur Aÿ, owner of Clos
des Goisses, Champagne sold on selective retail markets and in the world's
* Maison Burtin, Maison founded 1830, Epernay, private-label supplier for the
European mass retail market and also producer of Champagne Alfred Rothschild.
* Champagne Alexandre Bonnet, Domaine founded 1970, Les Riceys, owner of a vast
vineyard, with wine sold in traditional sectors, also producer of Rosé des
Indices: EN Growth Allshare, EnterNext PEA-PME 150
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