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German wine exports leapt 10% in volume terms in 2006 despite a fall in sales in the UK, the largest market for German wines. Shipments of wine from Germany reached 290m hectolitres last year, according to figures from the German Wine Institute (DWI). In value terms, exports were up 18% to EUR561m (US$748m).


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