Unsurprisingly, France had the highest number of Champagne sales in the year 2021, selling a total of 102.2 million litres. The UK (22.6) and USA (20.5) came in second and third place, whilst Australia (16), Japan (10.7), Germany (8.4), Belgium (7.5), Italy (5) and Switzerland (4.8) made up the rest of the top ten. But watch this space, as champagne delivery to the USA rose in the year 2021, and even though there were less sales in the country, total shipments to the USA were greater than shipments to the UK for the first time.
As for champagne Hong Kong sales, well they are on the rise too. Champagne is in fact more popular than white wine in Hong Kong (almost double the number of imports). Last year, sparkling wines accounted for HKD815 million in imports. This can be seen in the rise of champagne delivery online stores, as well as from the apparent increase in champagne delivery options from retailers too.
In 2017, the champagne Hong Kong market was ranked 15th globally. Vintage Champagne Hong Kong imports are more than any other country in the world (as a proportion - imports in this case accounting for three times the amount of vintage champagne compared with total champagne imports). Furthermore, champagne Hong Kong's average spend per bottle is the second only to the USA, who spend more.