Average prices of alcoholic drinks Russia 2000-2019, by type

Main alcoholic beverage prices have been growing steadily over time in every category except for cognac, whose prices dropped over the last years. Vodka has been the second most expensive alcoholic drink, while the average prices of beer were the lowest compared to the rest. The average price of sparkling wine was measured at roughly 250 Russian rubles per liter by December 2019.

Average consumer prices of alcoholic beverages in Russia from 2000 to 2019, by type

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Release date

March 2020



Survey time period

2000 to 2019***

Supplementary notes

* With 40% and higher ethyl content.
1997-2013 - vodka with a 40 percent alcohol content and higher than ordinary quality.
** Grape wine (dry, semi-dry, semi-sweet) up to 14 percent alcohol.
*** Data as of December of every year.

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