march 29, expected the Uk to leave the EUROPEAN union. In the day recorded the movement of alcohol, tobacco and energy products in the system of excise duties and control system, EMCS. If the country leaves the EUROPEAN union, without a contract, it means that the system is broken up, which affects the wine producers ' business.
the Uk is the world's second largest importer of wines and taking in 12 million hectolitres annually. Sales of Bordeaux wines is successful in the country which is the fourth largest global market for the former.
in order to be able to be stored for long in the bottle. Now select several winemakers losing up early in the year because they are worried about the Brexit.
"We must get at least six months' worth of stock to the Uk before the end of march, it would be foolish not to do it because there is a Brexit, which is good for business, but a avtalslös Brexit would be a disaster, " says Gavin Quinney, who together with his family runs the vineyard, Château Bauduc, told the newspaper The Guardian.
About 60 per cent of Gavin Quinneys production goes to customers in the Uk. A new system that can replace the EMCS can take months or years to get to. For this reason, the lost Château Bauduc up at the end of January. Last year was the first in march.
If the cost of EU wines in the Uk is increasing, it is possible that English wines are establishing themselves stronger on the uk wine market. British producers accounting for slightly more than one per cent of the british wine consumption, according to studies by the University of Sussex and the Catham House.
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