The greater competitiveness in the wine world poses the need for adjusting the strategies to reach the world’s most appealing markets. The last issue of the Argentina Wine Report analyzes which they are.
In 2012, this number amounted to 212, whereas in 2002 it was only 54. Canada is the second destinations of Argentine wine exports and one of the best-performing countries, becoming the focus of exporters’ attention worldwide.
This upturn was registered in the turnover during the first four months of 2013, whereas in terms of volume, the growth was 2%, compared with the same period of 2012, according to data from the National Institute of Viticulture (INV).
WineSur made a ranking based on the last year ended in March, compared with the previous period. Get to know which they are and how was their performance.
Peru is one of the most important countries for Argentine wine exports at regional levels. In the past five years, it has experienced an average annual growth of over 12% in its bottled wine imports.
These products can be found for a retail price of about USD 150 in the foreign market. Most of these wines come from small wineries and are produced in limited quantities. Find below the Top 10.