Wednesday, January 10, 2007

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Chateau Exchequer

Within the next three years the UK wine market will grow so big that wine drinkers here will spend more on wine than any other European country, forecasts Vinexpo

By 2010 retail sales will reach nearly £5.5 billion at which point the British will be spending more on wine than the French, Germans or Italians and making the UK the biggest retail wine market in Europe.

The growth in UK retail value is a long term trend explained by the higher average price of a bottle of wine in the UK of £3.11p - more than in most European countries.


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