UK: Consumer spending on wine overtakes beer

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 19 June 2006

UK consumers are now drinking more wine than beer, according to research by market analysts ACNielsen. The study, commissioned by US wine giant E&J Gallo, said that UK consumers spent GBP4.4bn (US$8.1bn) on light wines and another GBP524m on Champagne last year.

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UK consumers are now drinking more wine than beer, according to research by market analysts ACNielsen. The study, commissioned by US wine giant E&J Gallo, said that UK consumers spent GBP4.4bn (US$8.1bn) on light wines and another GBP524m on Champagne last year.

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