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Late last week, Concha y Toro released its results for the first half of 2015. Here, we take a closer look at the company's performance in the period.

Casillero del Diablo is Concha y Toros biggest brand

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  • Total group export sales rose in both value and volume terms, by 4.2% and by 1.6%, respectively. Around 10.9m cases were exported by the group in total in the first half of 2015. Europe accounts for 50.8% of total exports, followed by the US (14.5%), Asia (12.3%), South America (8.8%) and Central America & the Caribbean (7.3%).
  • Concha y Toro's domestic operations posted a 6.1% rise in half-year sales in value terms and a volumes lift of 5.5%. The value lift was credited to a 16% jump in sales from CyT's premium offerings in the country, as its non-premium segment was up by only 3.3%. In volume terms, the premium stable delivered a 19.2% sales lift in Chile.
  • In neighbouring Argentina, sales from CyT's operations in the country were up by 13.9% thanks to “a change in the mix of sales” as well as a 26.3% leap in volumes. Export volumes - predominantly from the Trivento brand - decreased by 11.5% to 495,000 nine-litre cases with domestic volumes rising to 248,000 cases.
  • CyT's Fetzer business in the US saw its sales increase by 5.7%, with volumes sliding by 11.2% in the six months. Domestic sales improved, although exports from the division were down. A marked decrease in first-quarter sales was partially offset in Q2, although “Fetzer is still below the previous year”, the company noted. A strategy of premiumisation for the Fetzer stable saw the average sales price in the US increase by 6.4%. The average sales price for exports, however, was flat.

Sectors: Company results, Wine

Companies: Concha y Toro

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