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  • French drinkers are opening up to prosecco
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French drinkers are opening up to prosecco

Eight out of ten people in France enjoy a glass of fizz – more than those who say they enjoy wine. But thanks to the high prices – they're not buying it. As champagne becomes more of a symbol of celebration in French culture, people are opting for a cheaper option – Prosecco.

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