FRANCE: Bordeaux confirms loss of share to New World

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 7 February 2002

The Bordeaux wine bureau, the CIVB, has published figures confirming how French wines have lost market share to New World imports in major European wine markets. According to the CIVB survey published yesterday, French wines account for 66% of the market against 71% 10 years ago.

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The Bordeaux wine bureau, the CIVB, has published figures confirming how French wines have lost market share to New World imports in major European wine markets. According to the CIVB survey published yesterday, French wines account for 66% of the market against 71% 10 years ago.

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