The Interprofessional Committee for Champagne Wine (CIVC), published a report on imports of champagne wines. According to this report, Morocco occupies a good position, both globally and in Africa.
According to this document published by the CIVC, Morocco occupies the 4th place on the African level and the 43rd place on the world level with 192,241 bottles. Far behind, Tunisia in place 21st and 103rd, respectively at the African and world level. We also find in this ranking Algeria and Egypt at 22th and 30th place at the African level.
On the African continent, South Africa is the largest consumer and 22 consommateur worldwide, with 855,770 bottles purchased. In total, “African countries imported more than 3 million bottles of champagne for an estimated value of 89.85 million euros, or 1.24% of the total volume of shipments worldwide”.