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The economy of Champagne

Key market statistics

For the year 2019

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Human data

16 100 winegrowers
360 houses

Productive area

33 821 hectares of which:
24 033 in the Marne department
7 235 in the Aube and Haute-Marne departments
2 553 in the Aisne and Seine-et-Marne departments

Grape varieties

Pinot Noir 38 %
Meunier 31 %
Chardonnay 30 %

Harvest

301.9 millions of bottles
Yield= 10 300 kg/hectare

Stocks

1 437 millions of bottles (including individual reserve)
(At July 31st. 2019)

Value

5.0 billion euros of which 3.0 for export

Shipments

France
141 594 046 bottles (48 %) of which:
78 983 870 for the Champagne houses (56 %)
62 610 176 for the winegrowers and co-peratives (44 %)

 

Export
155 967 850 bottles (52%) of which:
135 803 435 for the Champagne houses (87 %)
20 164 415 for the winegrowers and co-operatives (13 %)

 

TOTAL
297 561 896 bottles
214 787 305 for the Champagne houses (72 %)
82 774 591 for the winegrowers and co-operatives (28 %)

Top ten export markets
(bottles)

 
1. United Kigndom 26 996 415
2. United States of America 25 677 389
3. Japan 14 303 643
4. Germany 11 649 724
5.  Belgium   9 164 010
6. Italy   8 329 575
7. Australia   7 655 393
8. Switzerland   5 422 351
9. Spain   4 313 144
10. Sweden   3 250 609

Interprofession

The Comité Champagne

Interprofession

Champagne houses

Interprofession

Champagne Growers

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