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Exports of Chilean designation of origin wine rose by 21% in value terms during the first half of 2005 to US$325.4m, according to figures released by the national agricultural policy and research office ODEPA.

In volume terms, exports of Chilean designation of origin wine were also up by 21% in the first half, from 94.6m litres to 114.5m litres.

The largest markets for Chilean appellation wines in the first six months of this year were the UK and the US, both with an 18% share. Germany accounted for 7% of exports and Denmark 6%, while Canada, the Netherlands and Ireland each accounted for 5%. Other export markets include Japan, Belgium and Brazil.


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