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By Ivan Castano

Spanish wine consumption fell 1.3% to 562m litres in the first half of 2004 as Spaniards drank less wine at home, according to a report by national wine federation FEV.

A 3.4% gain to 337m litres in bar-and-restaurant wine drinking could not offset a
7.7% fall to 18.7m litres in home consumption, the report said.

The figures show that 60% of Spanish wine drinking takes place outside the home, "very differently from the extra-domestic consumption of other countries" FEV
said.

Spanish demand for Cavas and other more expensive wines rose 8.7% to 1m litres compared to the same year-ago period. Table-wine drinking fell by almost 17m litres.


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