Champagne consumption stagnated last year

By: Trademagazin editor Date: 2022. 01. 26. 11:45
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, domestic champagne consumption decreased by 9% in 2020 compared to the previous year, but according to preliminary data, consumption did not fall further in 2021, the National Chamber of Agriculture (NAK) wrote in its annual analysis.

Champagne consumption has stagnated, but quality champagnes are becoming more popular

According to a statement sent to MTI on Wednesday, this amount is roughly 1.2 liters of annual consumption per capita, and the specific value includes sparkling, sparkling and still wines in addition to champagnes. In recent years, consumer demand has shifted towards quality champagnes, with an increase not only in the higher-priced products of traditional champagne brands, but also in the demand for market-leading Italian and German champagnes. (MTI)