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What is the current rate of duty on wine?

As of the 2010 UK Budget, the duty on a case of wine between 5.5% and 15% was £20.25 per nine-litre case. This equates to £1.69 per bottle

Wines between 15% and 22%, such as fortified wines, fall into a higher tax bracket and the current per case rate is £26.99, equal to £2.25 per bottle

It costs £25.94 to import a case of sparkling wine between 8.5% and 15% alcohol.

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