CHILE: Vina De Martino pins hopes on exports
Vina De Martino is looking to double its exports in the next three years. The Chilean winery also said late last week that it hopes to up shipments of its reserve wines to at least 40% of total exports.
In a statement, the company's CEO, Pietro de Martino, said that the company is aiming to strengthen its presence in the future in Europe, Germany, the UK and Norway in particular. Last month, Paragon Vintners became a distributor for Vina De Martino in the UK.
The company's total exports currently reach around US$12m per year.
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