CHILE: Concha y Toro leads export sales
Overall exports were worth US$92.1m in January and February. Of this total, Concha y Toro sold 594,575 cases, generating US$16.1m at an average price per case of US$27.12.
The second most important export producer, San Pedro, sold 269,923 cases at an average price of US$18.50, generating US$4.9m. Cono Sur, a subsidiary of Concha y Toro, sold 240,185 cases at an average price of US$20.46, totalling US$4.9m.
Casa Lapostolle achieved the highest average price, registering an average of US$69.98 per case.
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