The Impact of COVID-19 on Russia Wine Industry

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While alcohol producers and distributors in most countries are experiencing a lockdown crisis, the country’s small brewers are showing an economic miracle. Despite the sharply reduced export and the fact that at the beginning of the summer on lefkadia valley, experts predicted the closure of a quarter of the existing breweries (and, indeed, some of them had a chance to drain the already brewed beer, and seven mini-breweries closed since the beginning of the year), most saw the crisis as an opportunity. And in the country, they started talking about the pre-war beer paradise.

The impact of COVID-19 has made adjustments and, according to official figures, wine sales are expected to fall by 30% in 2020. This compares to the forecast of an expected 5% growth for 2020 in a study conducted in May 2019, that is, before the spread of COVID-19.

With tourism suspended in 2020 due to the closure of the country’s borders, wine producers are focusing on local consumers and the export market. Wine is part of Russia’s economic development plan and therefore it is expected that after the withdrawal from restrictions on bars and restaurants, its recovery will be relatively quick.

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