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No. 9 (270)
September 2017


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The production of vodka increased significantly in May
As reported by the Central Statistical Office, the production of vodka in May of this year recorded a decline on an annual basis – by 6.8% down to 7.77 million litres, but in monthly terms it significantly increased – by 8.4% (in fact, the production of vodka reached 7.17 million litres in April this year). In the first five months of this year, the total production of vodka in Poland amounted to 36.1 million litres and was about 0.1% higher than in the same period in 2015.
Rynki Alkoholowe, 7/2016
Centrum Wina has opened a second store in Katowice
Centrum Wina has opened its 24th store. This is at the same time the second establishment in Katowice and the second, after Bydgoszcz, investment of the company this year. The new store, which began operating on June the 3rd this year, is located in Galeria Katowicka Mall linked with the main railway station. The first store of the chain in Katowice is located in the Silesia City Center and is one of the best establishments in Poland. The chain of stores owned by Centrum Wina offers the biggest wine loyalty program in Poland, called “Kocham wino” (“I love wine”). The chain plans opening the seventh store in Warsaw in Galeria Północna Mall. The novelty introduced by Centrum Wina is the labelling of vegan wines with special “wino wege” stickers. These are the wines with no animal products used in their production.
Rynki Alkoholowe, 7/2016
International award for Lubuski Vodka
The International Taste & Quality Institute in Brussels awarded an honourable title of the Superior Taste Award to a Polish vodka – Lubuski Vodka, produced by Henkell & Co. Polska Sp. z o.o. The winning products in this contest are selected in a blind test, and only properties of products with a focus on flavour intensity are subject to evaluation. The jury, professionals in the field of flavour, are elected from 15 European and most prestigious sommeliers associations.
Lubuski Vodka is produced from rye vodka. It is available in Poland and in foreign markets, such as in the United Kingdom, Germany, China, and Israel.
Rynki Alkoholowe, 7/2016
More and more Polish wine producers
The number of wine producers in Poland gradually increases. According to the Agricultural Market Agency, there were 103 commercial wine producers last season, and their crops covered approx. 200 hectares. Around 5000 hectolitres of wine were produced in total. For comparison, the crops occupied 26 hectares six years ago, and the production totalled 412 hectolitres. Currently, there are about 1,000 vineyards in Poland, however, most of them are small – 1-2 hectares. The biggest Polish vineyard is Srebrna Góra located in Krakow’s Bielany, encompassing over 20 hectares, and the second largest vineyard is Winnica Turnau in Baniewice – 17 hectares. Most crops are located in the Małopolska and Podkarpacie regions.
Rynki Alkoholowe, 7/2016
Production of beer at the level of 2015
As reported by the Central Statistical Office, the beer production decreased in May this year by 0.8% compared with May 2015, and amounted to 4.03 million hectolitres. In monthly terms, however, the production in May was higher by 4.3% than in April this year. When comparing the first five months of this year with the same period in 2015, the beer production was lower by about 0.1% and amounted to 16.7 million hectolitres.
Rynki Alkoholowe, 7/2016
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