CHILE: Bottled wine exports jump 19%
Exports of Chilean bottled wine jumped 19.2% between January and July this year, compared to the same period last year, to US$363.3m, according to the private wine producers association Vinas de Chile.
Vinas de Chile, which is made up of 45 wineries, responsible for 90% of Chilean bottled wine exports, said the increase was made despite the US dollar devaluation in Chile.
There was also a rise in volumes of 17.8%, which amounted to 15,134,702 boxes of bottled wine.
Concha y Toro remained the country's leading exporter.
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