According to the annual report of the Comité interprofessionnel du vin de Champagne (CIVC), African countries imported more than 3 million bottles of champagne with a value of approximately 89.85 million euros, i.e. 1.24% of the total volume of shipments worldwide.

  1. South Africa: 1,078,754 bottles of champagne
  2. Nigeria: 569,440 bottles of champagne
  3. Ivory Coast: 348,955 bottles of champagne
  4. Dem Rep. Congo: 220,352 bottles of champagne
  5. Morocco: 212,410 bottles of champagne
  6. Cameroon: 170,297 bottles of champagne
  7. Togo: 159,702 bottles of champagne
  8. Congo: 148,774 bottles of champagne
  9. Gabon: 147,426 bottles of champagne
  10. Mauritius: 111,340 bottles of champagne
  11. Ghana: 102,070 bottles of champagne
  12. Benin: 83,599 bottles of champagne
  13. Ethiopia: 72,360 bottles of champagne
  14. Angola: 66,492 bottles of champagne
  15. Burkina Faso: 59,355 bottles of champagne
  16. Equatorial Guinea: 54,736 bottles of champagne
  17. Senegal: 52,364 bottles of champagne
  18. Seychelles: 40,350 bottles of champagne
  19. Kenya: 37,455 bottles of champagne
  20. Mali: 25,680 bottles of champagne
  21. Algeria: 24,786 bottles of champagne
  22. Rwanda: 22,243 bottles of champagne
  23. Tunisia: 22,010 bottles of champagne
  24. Tanzania: 19,050 bottles of champagne
  25. Madagascar: 12,885 bottles of champagne
  26. Egypt: 11,942 bottles of champagne
  27. Guinea: 8,808 bottles of champagne
  28. Central African Republic: 6,658 bottles of champagne
  29. Niger: 6,041 bottles of champagne
  30. Djibouti: 2,514 bottles of champagne
  31. Mauritania: 1,926 bottles of champagne
  32. Cape Verde: 1,896 bottles of champagne
  33. Chad: 1,008 bottles of champagne
  34. Zambia: 738 bottles of champagne
  35. Comoros: 660 bottles of champagne
  36. Sierra Leone :576 bottles of champagne
  37. Uganda: 456 bottles of champagne
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