Your question: Can you bring alcohol into France?

Anyone coming in to France from an EU country can bring with them 10 litres of spirits, 20 litres of fortified wine such as Port or Madeira, 90 litres of wine and 100 litres of beer (otherwise known as The Local’s weekly shop).

How many bottles of alcohol can I bring to France?

Alcohol (over 22°) 1 litres. Alcohol (less than 22° alcohol) per volume – 2 litres. Still (not sparkling) wine – 4 litres.

Can I take spirits into France?

British people entering France from January 1, 2021 will be subject to limitations on how much alcohol they can carry with them. They will be allowed no more than: … Two litres of alcohol of ABV lower than 22%

How much wine can you take into France from UK?

You cannot bring in more than 16 litres of beer, four of wine, one litre of alcohol at more than 22% alcohol or two litres of other strong alcohol lower than 22%. As for tobacco, you can bring 200 cigarettes or 100 cigarillos, or up to 250g of rolling tobacco or up to 50 cigars.

Can I take Whisky to France from UK?

Like tobacco, the importation of alcohol into France is limited. Unless you can prove that the purchases are for a particular event like a wedding, you cannot bring into France more than: 10 litres of spirit beverages (whiskey, gin, vodka, etc.)

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Can I take beer from UK to France?

Alcohol and tobacco limits within the EU

As a private individual, there are no limits on what you can buy and take with you when travelling between EU countries as long as the products purchased are for your own use and not for resale.

How much alcohol can I bring from France to UK?

You can also bring in either: spirits and other liquors over 22% alcohol – 4 litres. sparkling wine, fortified wine (for example port, sherry) and other alcoholic drinks up to 22% alcohol (not including beer or still wine) – 9 litres.