Australia's wine export boom continues, according to latest official figures showing new records for the year to the end of March.

They reached 386.7m litres, up 18.7% on volume and worth $A1.81 billion ($US910m) up 16.2% by value over the comparable 2001 figures.

Official statistics from Wine of Australia showed this was 61m litres above the previous 12-month period.

English speaking markets continue to dominate the buoyant market. Nearly 80% or 48.1m litres of that increase went to the UK and US. Sales to the UK rose by 19.5% in volume, 18% in value and 27.3% in volume, 18% in value to the US. Australia's third and fourth largest markets remain English speaking, New Zealand and Canada.