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Sales of Russian Wines Reached 52%
30.10.2018 13:09
Sales of Russian Wines Reached 52%

According to the statistics of online cash offices, the sales of Russian wines reached 52% in the first ten days of September, exceeding the figure of last year by 9% (43% for the same period of 2017).

      At the same time, an average bill for the purchase of wine has amounted to 477 roubles and grown during the specified period (an increase of 5.7%, as compared to last year).

      Most often, Russians buy dry red (38%) and red semi-sweet wines (21%). At the same time, foreign brands remain the most popular: the leaders of the list are Abkhazian “Lykhny”, Spanish “Castillo Santa Barbara”, and Georgian “Chateu Saperavi” and Talavari”; whereas Russian “Abrau Dark Blend” takes the fifth line of the ranking.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian business     

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Sales of Russian Wines Reached 52%

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