CHILE: Wine export growth favours bulk wines

By Eric Martin | 6 November 2001

Chile's wine export sales grew 1.8% during the first three quarters of the year, while exports volumes grew nearly 16.5%. The increase in volume outweighed sales growth because new exports favoured low-priced bulk wines, according to Chilevid, the trade association representing Chile's emerging wineries.

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Chile's wine export sales grew 1.8% during the first three quarters of the year, while exports volumes grew nearly 16.5%. The increase in volume outweighed sales growth because new exports favoured low-priced bulk wines, according to Chilevid, the trade association representing Chile's emerging wineries.

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