Export rankings reveal the performance of the world’s great producers in their main destinations. It was an excellent year for the United States, a bad one for Australia and Argentina obtained acceptable results.
This was concluded in a research conducted by AWBR (Academy of Wine Bussines Research) about Malbec’s position in the main restaurants in the 10 most important states in the wine market.
In terms of value, Argentine wine exports have been growing steadily in Canada since 2010. The phenomenon seems to be propelled by the high domestic production costs and the Canadian monopoly trend towards medium-end wines.
United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Brazil, And the Netherlands -in this order- were the main export destinations of Argentina’s bottled wines in the first two months of 2012, together accounting for 70.4% of the total amount in dollars.