Russia risks being left without champagne for the new year

There could be a shortage of champagne in Russia during the holiday season after a number of foreign companies left the country due to the invasion of Ukraine, according to one of the largest producers of sparkling wines.

Sanctions against Russia do not directly affect food products, but a number of foreign manufacturers, retailers and carriers have independently curtailed or suspended their activities in Russia. This, along with the collapse of the ruble immediately after the start of the war, made importing wine more expensive and more difficult than before.

The consumer will be able to taste Russian wine from the 2022 harvest only next year. This is due to the technological features of wine production, Titov specified. Abrau-Durso has no specific plans to increase production volumes by purchasing additional vineyards.


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