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No. 5 (278)
May 2018

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The oldest champagne houses were founded over 300 years ago, at a time when the Saxon dynasty ruled at the Polish court, and soon the last king of Poland, Stanisław August Poniatowski, would sit on the throne. It is in his time that we find, in books of many Polish magnates, orders confirming that champagne has been present in Poland from the very beginning of its existence. The variety of champagne bubbles is huge. 300 champagne houses produce, on over 33 thousand hectares, 300 million bottles a year worth 4.7 billion euros. How many of them goes to Poland? 400 thousand bottles place our country beyond the first thirty champagne markets. In addition to France, which sells approx. 150 million bottles annually, the largest recipients are the British (over 31 million bottles), Americans (over 21 million bottles) and Germany (over 12 million bottles), and thus the inhabitants of the strongest economies in the world.
Rynki Alkoholowe, 12/2017
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