Domenica, 23 Settembre 2018

Italian wine exports continue to shine, up 9.4% since 2011


Milan, April 4 - Italian wine exports continue to
rise with some variation on markets and vintage preferences, a
Mediobanca report said on Thursday.
Over the last six years, wine exports have risen an average
of 6.7% annually, while internal sales have picked up 2.3%.
However, emerging markets in Asia and specifically China,
are proving slower to jump on the 'vino Italiano' bandwagon.
The Mediobanca report published days before the massive
Vinitaly wine trade show kicks off in Verona on April 7 polled
108 Italian producers.
Last year alone, major producers registered a 9.4% overall
increase in exports, 50.6% to European countries.
No-growth markets included Africa and the Middle East which
both saw a 1.4% drop in exports for 2011.
North America stayed strong with 33.2% of Italian wine
exports headed over the pond, up by 7.2% compared to 2011.
Market darling Prosecco continued to shine overseas with a
26% rise in sales in the US and Canada.

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