Export wine, yes, but at what price?

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Wine is found in all possible price ranges. One is as often amazed at how inexpensive wines can be as at how expensive wines can be. At what prices do different wine countries sell their wines in the export market? We recently saw some interesting statistics for 2017 that compare export prices for the most important wine countries.

The French wines are among the most expensive in the world. Not a big surprise. On average, the French still wines are exported for USD 5.69 per litre. But France is not the priciest wine country. The American wines are exported for USD 6.79 per litre and the New Zealand wines for 5.86 $/lit. Italy exports its still wines for 3.84 $/lit and Spain for 2.30 $/lit. These numbers are for wines that are exported in bottle.

For the bulk wines the prices are totally different. Here, Spain is in the lead in terms of volume and the export price is no more than 0.47 USD per litre.

Read more about this interesting export statistics here mon-viti.com

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