Domestic sales of Australian wine jumped between December and January but exports fell, according to the government's Bureau of Statistics. Domestic sales were up 11% to a seasonally adjusted 33.19m litres from 30.00 million litres in December. However the figures compared to last year were still down 3.4% from 34.37m liters. Total sales for the year ended June 30, 2001, rose 4.2% to 384.85m litres from 369.27m litres previously. Meanwhile, exports of Australian wine in January in unadjusted terms fell to 21.4m litres with a value of A$99.36m from a revised 30.75m litres valued at A$167.21m in December. The figures were an improvement on January 2001 which saw exports of 17.69m litres were valued at A$96.92m.