United States is really showing the love for Rosé Champagne during Valentine’s Day and throughout the year. In 2016, more than 3.3 million bottles were shipped, comprising 15.5% of all Champagne shipments to the U.S.
Nothing says romance like Champagne, but more specifically Rosé Champagne. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, more and more U.S. consumers will be eager to get their hands on a bottle of Rosé Champagne to celebrate with loved ones.
Within the last decade, U.S. consumers have had an insatiable thirst for the Rosé. In fact, shipments of Rosé from the Champagne region of France have enjoyed significant growth in the U.S. over the past decade. In 2016, more than 3.3 million bottles of Rosé Champagne were shipped, comprising 15.5% of all Champagne shipments to the U.S. As the second-largest Champagne export market worldwide, the United States is really showing the love for Rosé Champagne during Valentine’s Day and throughout the year.
We believe that the growth of Rosé Champagne shipments to the United States is a promising trend as more Americans learn that Champagne can come only from champagne, France.
We’ve included an infographic illustrating the growth of Rosé Champagne that we hope you will find useful.
Credit: Champagne Bureau, USA
About the Bureau du Champagne, USA
The Bureau located in Washington, DC, is the U.S. representative of the Comité Champagne, the trade association that represents all the grape growers and houses of Champagne, France. The Bureau works to educate US consumers about the uniqueness of the wines of Champagne and expand their understanding of the importance location plays in the creation of all wines. We are intently focused on ensuring Champagne is properly protected in the United States, as it is in most of the rest of the world.
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