Archive for the ‘Exports’ Category

Asia, the continent to capture

March 16, 2012 by Ma. Soledad González

This continent has experienced one of the fastest growths in terms of wine consumption. It is anticipated that China will become the world’s leading wine consumer. However, Argentina is the “great” unknown as well as Malbec.

Small wineries, big ambitions

February 22, 2012 by Mariano Zalazar

The aim is to improve the quality, open up new markets and reach consumers through different channels.

An “Export Consortium” was created in Salta

February 22, 2012 by Mariano Zalazar

Through this new entity, 6 wineries from this province, will seek to position this region’s wines in Latin American and Asian markets.

The bulk wine boom

February 7, 2012 by Ma. Soledad González

New World’s bulk wine exports to United Kingdom, United States and Germany have undergone a substantial change in their mix, from bottled to bulk wine. Argentina is one of the leading wine-supplying countries, growing by 114% in the last year.

What are the strategies of the most successful brands?

February 1, 2012 by Laura Saieg

In 2011, Argentina’s bottled wine exports dropped by 7% in volume. Nevertheless, several brands managed to keep on and in some cases, to grow.

The panorama of Argentine wine exports, today

January 6, 2012 by Redacción

The last Argentina Wine Report reveals an increment in the average export price of Argentine bottled wine that has soared from USD17.5 per case to USD32 reached in October of this year.

Sparkling wines on the up and up

December 21, 2011 by Redacción

These are the only bottled wines that showed a steady positive evolution during 2011. Exports have grown by 43% in terms of turnover and 32% in volume. This entails great investments.

Eastern Europe in the sights

November 30, 2011 by Mariano Zalazar

The average price per liter consumed grows in this market and a considerable boost in volume is expected for 2015. Russia, Belarus and Czech Republic propel this growth.

“Latin America, the coveted destination for Argentina”

November 23, 2011 by Redacción

With the great international crisis and logistic costs rising, neighboring markets are more desirable than ever for Argentine wines. Argentina led in Uruguay, Paraguay and Peru. However, it has to defeat Chile in Brazil, Mexico and Venezuela.