Blog: Olly WehringThe wine market in the UK in 2013 - Infographic

Olly Wehring | 20 January 2014

Until recently, the UK had been considered the most important wine market in the world. While the country has lost that crown in the last five years, it is still a major market for wine producers.

Here, courtesy of UK wine merchant Corks Out, is an infographic that looks at the way the country's consumers went about buying their wine in 2013.

Wine Buying Trends

Sectors: Wine

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