French wine exports 2013: stable

The French wine exports brought in 7.81 billion euro in 2013, roughly the same figure as in 2012. Thus the large increases in value we saw between 2009 and 2012 (+12% per year) are over, at least for the moment. The exported volume in 2013 was 14.54 million hectolitres.

Figures for French wine export and the different types of wine:

Sparkling wines:

  • Champagne: 7 % of the volume and 29 % of the value
  • Other sparkling wines: 4% of the volume and 3% of the value

Still wines <=15% abv:

  • AOP: 39% of the volume and 51% of the value
  • Vins IGP: 26% of the volume and 10% of the value
  • Vins de France: 16% of the volume and 4% of the value

Other wines <=15% abv: 7% of the volume and 2% of the value

Wines > 15% abv: 1% of the volume and 1% of the value


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