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Australia's wine producers received mixed news today (8 September) after the publication of government figures detailing wine sales in July.

Domestic sales of Australian-produced wine in July jumped a seasonally adjusted 6.7% on the previous month to 37.4m litres, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said.

Sales of white wine rose 3.7% last month, while sales of red and rosé wine jumped 14.9% year-on-year. July's figures meant that sales for the year were up 7.6% on the year.

However, Australia's wine exports in July fell almost 10% against June to 62m litres. In the 12 months to the end of July, the country had shipped 723.5m litres, a rise of 6.4% in volume terms against the corresponding period a year earlier. Export revenues, however, remained flat on the year.


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