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Far Easterners love champagne more than others in Russia

Far Easterners love champagne more than others in Russia
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The Russians, on average, drink about two glasses of champagne for the New Year holidays. Moreover, in 30 regions, consumption is higher than the national average. The Nenets Autonomous Okrug became the leaders in the consumption of sparkling wines on New Year's Eve, where on average each adult drinks about 4,3 glasses, the Murmansk Region - 3,8 and the Kamchatka Territory - 3,7 glasses.

As the RIA Rating, in the top ten champagne consumption leaders were the Sakhalin and Magadan regions, as well as the Khabarovsk Territory. In Buryatia during the winter holidays they drink 45% of sparkling wine from the annual volume, and in Transbaikalia - 42%. Moreover, in absolute terms, these subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District consume significantly lower than the average - 1,5 glasses.

Relatively evenly throughout the year, champagne is drunk in the Sakhalin and Magadan regions. Experts explain the popularity of this drink by the population structure - young people drink sparkling wine more often, and in the northern regions and large cities there are many such people due to labor migration.

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