Premium wines took centre stage among Australia's exports in 2016 © 123RF
Premium wines took centre stage among Australia's exports in 2016 © 123RF

Wine exports rise to $2.22bn

30 January 2017

Australia’s wines are becoming increasingly valuable with exports to China proving to be a particularly fertile growth market, according to a report.

Total export value grew by 7% to $2.22bn in 2016. Average value per litre grew by 6% to $2.96 per litre – its highest value since 2009, according to the Wine Australia Export Report December 2016.

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