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2005 Bordeaux wine sales double in the United Kingdom

Par Vitisphere Le 23 septembre 2008
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2005 Bordeaux wine sales double in the United Kingdom
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or Bordeaux, it is the end to a drama, the end to British rejection, branded by a decline of sales in the United Kingdom for the last 5 years. The sales have prospered thanks to the phenomenal success of the claret vintage 2005, reknown and recommended by the critics as one of the most excellent of the century. All in all, despite the weakness of the Pound Sterling, the sales of Bordeaux wine gained 13% in volume and an impressive 52% in value between July 2007 and July 2008. That the sales of high-quality Bordeaux (£10 to £25 per bottle) have risen by 28% shows that the British consumers refilled their wine-cellars with wines they intend to keep. Also striking is the profit of middle-range Bordeaux, due to the interest of those who want to enjoy this great vintage straight away. The sales exploded, in particular those of the appellation wines Médoc and Haut Médoc, sold between £6 and £10 per bottle, more then doubling in one year (+118%). The price of the prestigious “village” appellation Médoc gained 28% in this period.

[TheIndependent.co.uk]

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