AUSTRALIA: Exports up, but value growth slow
Australian wine exports increased by 13.5% in the volume in the year to the end of April helping value to reach an annual A$2.5 billion (US$1.73 billion) up 5%.
The nation's Wine and Brandy Corporation said the lower value growth reflected a 7% decline in average value per litre.
Red table wine, bottled and bulk, drove growth and comprised three quarters of the additional 45 million litres of bottled still wine shipments.
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