Drinkers warned cost of wine could rise due to Brexit

The price of a bottle of wine from the EU could go up by an average of 29p as a result of Brexit, drinkers have been warned.
The post-Brexit fall in the value of Sterling is having a "serious and immediate impact" on importers, and could see bottles from outside the EU also increase by an average 22p, according to the Wine and Spirit Trade Association.
WSTA said 99% of the 1.8 billion bottles of wine drunk in the UK are imported, meaning that any added tariffs will have a "punishing" effect.
The wine club Naked Wines has already warned its members that it will be... read more

18 October 2016 in World News, Views: 34
Source: Daily Post

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