Australian Wine Exports: Chinese Dreams

Since China imposed tariffs of up to 212% on Australian wines in November 2020, Down Under has been facing a flood of red wine. Now, China has announced the end of these tariffs. Does this solve all the problems?

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The International Bulk Wine Market: Mysterious Price Drops

Interesting times for Australia and Argentine.

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A New China for Australia's Wine Exporters

Following the reopening of the Chinese market, Australians are facing new challenges: a smaller market, established players, and emerging trends.

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China Ends Tariffs on Australian Wine

The Australian wine industry celebrates the reopening of its once crucial export market. In the medium term, they aim to re-establish themselves.

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China Lifts Tariffs, but Australia May See Limited Benefit

For many years, China was Australia's biggest customer for wine. Then Beijing bolted the doors, with punitive tariffs. Those doors have now reopened, but they will not readmit Australia's producers to the booming market they remember.

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Chinese Wine Market Falls off Cliff

Chinese wine imports are now just over 60% of what they were in 2012. The latest figures show a steady decline.

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Threat of Increased Tariffs on Brandy Imports in China

Could this signal a major trade dispute with the EU?

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Ciatti Report: Historic Low in Global Wine Production

The International Organisation of Vine & Wine (OIV) estimate that 2023 wine production will be 7% lower than the below-average volume of 2022, and it says, the lowest output since 1961. Does this tally with what we at Ciatti are hearing, and what should we make of it?

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China’s Wine Industry Looks to Exports to Reverse Decline

As the Chinese wine industry hits rock bottom, some of the country's producers are shifting their focus to export markets. Louise Hurren reports.

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