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Wine sales suggest Ireland putting prosecco years behind it

Sales of wine are up substantially in as economy surges

11th December, 2015
“The stars are aligned for ongoing expansion in consumer spending.” Pic: Rollingsnews.ie

Bond investors looking for a bit of insight into Ireland’s economic recovery might want to talk to Dublin vintner Pierre Chapeau.

Originally from Cognac in southwest France, Chapeau has run French Paradox in Ballsbridge for the past 15 years, so he’s seen the boom and the bust. He expects Christmas sales this year to rise about 20 percent from

2014.

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