The price of champagne in Nigeria has taken a drastic increase within the past 5 years.
In this year 2020, the price of champagne in Nigeria has gone from an average cost of N14,000 to over N17,000 for the cheapest bottle.
Why is it so?
Why has the price of champagne been on the increase in Nigeria in the past 5 years?
Nigerians love to chop life.
Even with the low income status of over 80% of the population, Nigerians love to live large and enjoy themselves.
A post published on Nairaland on 22nd of March 2013, revealed that Nigeria Is the Second Fastest Market For Champagne and spends about N41bn annually.
Champagne is a sign of affluence.
Champagne is a mark of celebration.
For a long time, Champagne has been regarded globally as the most preferred wine to celebrate special occasions.
The reputation of champagne as a luxury wine has been in existence since the Romans established vineyards in Reims in the 5th century.
That has been a very long time, right?
Back to Nigeria…
Being a nation that loves celebrations and parties, Nigerians love to pop champagne to mark different occasions.
A song by a prominent Nigerian musician Dr Sid has a line that says…
“When we celebrate
We dey pop champagne”
The demand for champagne will continue to rise, as the younger generation has embraced the culture and lifestyle.
An article published by the Guardian on the 3rd of May 2013, stated that Nigeria’s love of champagne takes sales growth to second highest in world.
On the 13th of March 2018, BusinessDay published an article that claimed the Nigerian Champagne market is one of the biggest in Africa
Currently, there are over 20 different brands of champagne in Nigeria, but only a few of these brand has taken the spotlight.
There are champagnes in the Nigerian wine market that people do not know exist.
There are others that people love and enjoy at occasions.
Being a business that sell wines and liquors, we’ve made a list of the champagnes that Nigerians buy the most.
These are the champagnes you will find Nigerians popping at the clubs, parties, weddings and even at home.
Here is a list of the best selling champagnes in Nigeria.
1. Moet Nectar Imperial Rosé
This pink bubbles is a delight. The taste is lovely and it comes in a beautiful bottle.
Moet Nectar Imperial Rose has two types of bottle, but with the same design.
The bottle that illuminates at night and the one that does not.
The current price of Moet Nectar Imperial Rosé is N26,000 only, for a bottle.
2. Moet Imperial Brut.
Made by the The Biggest Champagne Brand in the World
Moet Imperial Brut is the most common and the most affordable Moet champagne in Nigeria.
It is the number one bestselling non-vintage Champagne in Nigeria. Enticing with green apple and citrus fruit notes, Moet Imperial Brut has an impressive depth and elegance.
The price of Moet Imperial Brut in Nigeria is N21,000 only, for a bottle.
3. Veuve Clicquot Brut
The Yellow Label Champagne is unarguably one of the most popular champagne in the world.
Over the past 5 years, Veuve Clicquot Brut has been among the top selling champagne in Nigeria.
Veuve Clicquot’s signature brut non-vintage is a classic-styled dry champagne loved for its crisp, full flavors, consistent quality and celebratory yellow label.
The price of Veuve Clicquot Brut champagne in Nigeria is N23,500 only, for a bottle.
4. Dom Perignon Champagne.
A luxury champagne loved by many Nigerians and enjoyed most in clubs and parties hosted by highly influential people.
DOM PÉRIGNON IS MADE BY MOËT & CHANDON.
The world’s most populous and luxury Champagne House created Dom Pérignon in the 1920s as its top cuvée.
Dom perignon is the best selling Vintage only champagne in Nigeria.
NAMED AFTER A BENEDICTINE MONK WHO LIVED IN CHAMPAGNE, Dom Pérignon, full name is Dom Pierre Pérignon.
He was a 17th-century monk who lived in the Abbey of Hautvillers, where he was also the cellar master.
It was reported that Dom Peirre Perignon always believed that hard work brings a monk closer to God.
This inspired his dream of creating “the best wine in the world.”
Dom Perignon Champagne has two versions in Nigeria.
Dom Perignon Vintage and Dom Perignon Luminous champagne.
The price of Dom Perignon champagne in Nigeria is N133,000 only, for a bottle.
5. Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne
One of the world’s most luxurious champagne brand, presented in a beautiful, transparent, stylish bottle and a classy sophisticated box, which makes it the perfect champagne for Royalty and Affluence.
Loved by both the young and old and mostly enjoyed at nightclubs (by the younger Nigerians) and high class events (by elderly influential Nigerians). Cristal has risen to be among the best selling champagne brands in the Nigerian wine market.
Cristal is a remarkably balanced and refined champagne whose length is inimitable. It has a silky texture and fruity aromas, complemented by a powerful mineral quality with white fruit and citrus notes.
Cristal is a wine that keeps well: it can be conserved for over twenty years without losing its freshness and character.
The price of Louis Roederer Cristal champagne in Nigeria is N90,000 only, for a bottle.
6. Laurent Perrier Brut Champage
An affordable and delicious champagne, gradually gaining grounds as a top choice for celebrations in Nigeria.
Laurent Perrier Brut champagne is a fabulous bubbly that has finally gone mainstream among Nigerian youths. Not only is it affordable, it is also young, beautiful and delicious.
The price of Laurent Perrier Brut champagne in Nigeria is N17,000 only, for a bottle.
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