European Wines Struggle in Export Markets

Both the export value and the trade surplus of wine have declined when comparing the first quarters of 2023 and 2024.

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New (Non-Alcoholic) Wines for the German Foreign Office

The German Foreign Office has decided on its new recommended assortment. For the first time, embassies and consulates can also source non-alcoholic wines.

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Global Wine Production and Consumption Both Fell in 2023

Each April, the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) presents its report on the "Situation in the global wine sector". In 2023, production volumes fell, but so did consumption. And there is still a surplus.

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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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Italy’s Export Results Are Not as Bad as Feared

Like other wine exporters, Italy is trending down — but it’s doing better than its key competitors. Veronika Crecelius reports.

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Cava Records a Mixed 2023

Around two thirds of cava was exported. Germany was by far the most important market, with premium qualities remaining in a niche.

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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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Austria with Mixed Export Successes

Despite a slight increase in value, the exported quantity has decreased significantly.

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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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