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Australian wine export continue to set new records. September figures were the biggest month on record, 49 million litres, beating the previous biggest single month, September 2001, by 6%.

September is traditionally the peak month for overseas sales to meet Christmas-New Year demand. The Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation reported today that this result helped drive moving annual total sales to new records of 438m litres, up 81 million litres or 23% on the same period 12 months ago. The value was A$2.1 billion, up 25%.

The UK remains by far the biggest market with 206 million litres sold, almost double the amount sold to the next biggest market, the US. But the Corporation said that the US was the biggest contributor in volume growth terms.


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