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CHILE: Vina Miguel Torres exports up by 10%

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Chile's Vina Miguel Torres winery has announced a 10% increase in wine exports during the first half of this year, compared to the same period of 2000. Despite falling wine prices, Miguel Torres wines have maintained a relatively high price compared to other Chilean wines. Its average export wines sell for US$30 per 12-bottle crate, while the national average is only US$24 per crate.


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