"Sober Russia sent in Rosalkogolregulirovanie own proposals for the establishment of minimum prices for wine and champagne. Taking into account the opinion of the representatives of the project, the minimum price of a bottle of champagne, 0.75-liter must be at least 300 rubles, and a bottle of wine - at least 250 rubles.. .
Recommendations for the minimum cost for alcoholic beverages in the office has sent the head of the project "Sober Russia Sultan Khamzayev. According to his statement, cheaper legally made wine cost can't. He proposes to use "objective minimum retail value, an appropriate minimum cost of development and implementation of legally produced product", stressing that the state regulation of tariffs on wine should "ensure the competitiveness of legitimate wine production".
"Minimum sale price of a liter of wine from the factory is 110 rubles, bottle of champagne, 0.75-liter - 120 rubles.. then drinks it is necessary to pack them later buys wholesaler, raises at least 50%, after that shopping center sets its own mark - up-30-50%. It turns out 250 and 300 rubles for a bottle, if less is probably a surrogate alcohol," explains Khamzayev.
In Rosalkogolregulirovanii said that in the nearest future the Ministry will hold a meeting with participants of the alcohol market and requested proposals for the establishment of minimum prices for drinks. Most likely, consistent with strong alcoholic drinks on wine and champagne will be assigned the minimum selling price and small cost for retail sales.
Co-chair of the Russian coalition for control of strong drinks Daria Khalturina believes that the need to increase tariffs on all alcoholic beverages. "The introduction of small tariffs on wine and champagne 107 156 rubles at the market anything not change significantly, and almost no health for the nation also will not be. Need to increase the prices of alcohol", quote Khalturina "Izvestia".
Days.Ru wrote that Rosalkogolregulirovanie introduced as of 1 February 2015 a new minimum retail price on a good alcohol: for the first time this bar is not raised and lowered. A half-liter bottle of vodka will cost 185 rubles instead of the current 220 rubles. February also change the selling prices of factories and wholesalers. The government to combat illegal alcohol with 2010 assigns a value below which it is prohibited to sell alcoholic drinks (with alcohol content exceeding 28%). Every year its volume under review.