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Wine market in Poland - statistics & facts

Poles definitely enjoy their wine – the country figures as the second biggest importer of the alcoholic beverage in the Central and Eastern European region. However, the high wine import volumes may also result from the fact that Poland is very much behind other countries in the region in terms of the number of enterprises in the manufacture of grape wine. Having fewer local enterprises specializing in grape wine production means a lower national supply for the increasingly high demand – just over a quarter of Poles consume wine at least once a month on a regular basis.

Consequently, the niche market became appealing to private producers. In Poland, the financial year for wine production starts on August 1 and ends on July 31 of the following year. By February 2021, there were over 300 wine producers registered nationwide, which was a total increase of 35 newly recorded manufacturers since the 2019/2020 season. Out of those, around one sixth were located in the Małopolskie (Lesser Poland) voivodeship. As a result, the southern region was also the undisputed leader with regard to the number of national vineyards. Despite that, the largest wine-growing area is actually located in the Lubuskie region, in western Poland.

In terms of sales shares, dry wines are the absolute bestsellers. This comes as no surprise, considering that dry wine is the favorite type of both white and red wine drinkers across the country. At the same time, the most popular type of sparkling wine is Prosecco. Finally, wine is mostly enjoyed by people aged between 25 and 34 years old, with every second Polish wine consumer working in an office environment.

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Wine market in Poland - statistics & facts

Poles definitely enjoy their wine – the country figures as the second biggest importer of the alcoholic beverage in the Central and Eastern European region. However, the high wine import volumes may also result from the fact that Poland is very much behind other countries in the region in terms of the number of enterprises in the manufacture of grape wine. Having fewer local enterprises specializing in grape wine production means a lower national supply for the increasingly high demand – just over a quarter of Poles consume wine at least once a month on a regular basis.

Consequently, the niche market became appealing to private producers. In Poland, the financial year for wine production starts on August 1 and ends on July 31 of the following year. By February 2021, there were over 300 wine producers registered nationwide, which was a total increase of 35 newly recorded manufacturers since the 2019/2020 season. Out of those, around one sixth were located in the Małopolskie (Lesser Poland) voivodeship. As a result, the southern region was also the undisputed leader with regard to the number of national vineyards. Despite that, the largest wine-growing area is actually located in the Lubuskie region, in western Poland.

In terms of sales shares, dry wines are the absolute bestsellers. This comes as no surprise, considering that dry wine is the favorite type of both white and red wine drinkers across the country. At the same time, the most popular type of sparkling wine is Prosecco. Finally, wine is mostly enjoyed by people aged between 25 and 34 years old, with every second Polish wine consumer working in an office environment.

Interesting statistics

In the following 7 chapters, you will quickly find the 53 most important statistics relating to "Wine market in Poland".

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