CHILE: Concha y Toro exports rise 63%
Chilean winery Concha y Toro announced export results worth $45.5m for the period January to May 2000, a 63.4% increase compared with the same period in 1999. The company exported 2.2m boxes of wine during this period, up 54.8%. Santa Emiliana's export value rose 61% over the period to $9.9m, while Vina Undurraga's dropped 14.7% to $6.5m. Vina Canepa's exports rose 27.3% in volumes to 163,000 boxes while value rose 13.7% to $13.9m. Vina Montes' exports were up 25% to $4m.Overall Chilean wine exports amounted to $220m in the six months since January 1 2000, of which some 87.2% corresponded to bottled wine.
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