In 2016 the Champagne world market has confirmed the positive value trend. The growing value per bottle
is related to high-quality choices of consumers and to new drivers of growth in exports.
Despite a small a decrease in volume (-2.1 percent) related to the difficulties of the French market and to
the sudden depreciation of the pound Sterling, the turnover of 4.71 billion euros makes 2016 another record
year following the figures of 2015 (4.74 billion euros).
The traditional Champagne markets have seen continued and dynamic growth in value, such as the U.S.
+4.9 percent, Japan +3.0 percent and Europe: Germany +3.4 percent, The Netherlands +6.3 percent.
Southern Europe continues its recovery (Spain +1.3 percent and Italy +6.4 percent), and Northern Europe
has confirmed its importance: the cumulated growth in Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway is 3.5
These countries on several continents have also confirmed their status as growth areas: in the Americas
(Canada +9.4 percent, Mexico: +12.0 percent), in Africa (South Africa +15.1 percent), in Oceania (New
Zealand +25.4 percent) and in Asia (South Korea +14.2 percent). China, Hong-Kong and Taiwan have shown
Overall, in most countries the growth model of Champagne driven by exports and the diversification of
cuvées is continuing in 2016: 8.6 percent more bottles of Champagne Rosé have been shipped than in the
previous year, and prestige cuvées show an increase of 4.6 percent. Champagne consumers turn to ever
rarer and more prestigious cuvées.
To see 2016 champagne shipments by country, download the list from the CIVC in PDF here:
Epernay, 19 March 2017
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