Which are the winners and losers among the world’s sparkling wines? | Britt on Forbes

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“Wine consumers around the world drink sparkling wines like never before. The message from producers and wine writers has been clearly understood. Bubbles can be drunk at all times and not just when you are celebrating. The production has increased by 57% since 2002. The world now produces 2.5 billion bottles or sparkling wine. This is just under 8% of the world’s total wine production of 32.5 billion bottles. We have looked at newly published statistics about which countries and regions produce all these bubbles and how the markets look for production, export, consumption etc.”

Read more in Britt’s article on BKWine Magazine, originally published on Forbes.com: The world market for sparkling wines. Which are the winners and losers? | Britt on Forbes.

Bottles in pupitres in a carved-out cellar in Champagne
Bottles in pupitres in a carved-out cellar in Champagne, copyright BKWine Photography

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