Australian wine export on the rise
Australia produces beautiful wine and the world knows it. The country is the fifth largest exporter of wine in the world and Australian wine makers export around 60% of all wine they make.
Australia’s premium exporter, Australian Fine Foods, is one company taking Australian wine to the rest of the world, including the Asia Pacific. While they know, firsthand, that the beverage’s popularity is growing, it was recently confirmed by Wine Australia.
According to Wine Australia’s report, in the 12 months to March 2019, nearly all global destinations importing wine from Australia imported more wine than in the previous year.
Northeast Asia was up by 8 per cent to $1.2 billion. There was a similar increase in Southeast Asia, with export up by 7 percent to $170 million. Export to Europe was up by 3 per cent to $612 million, and Oceania and the Middle East experienced the most significant growth at 15 per cent to $107 million and 16 per cent to $32 million respectively.
Australia’s rich farmlands are perfectly suited to wine production. The country’s unpolluted sky and water supply also contribute to Australian wine’s quality and taste, as do the progressive and innovative winemakers who won’t settle for anything less than the very best.
Therefore, it isn’t any wonder that more people are developing a preference for Australian wine, and in doing so, are driving up demand.
Australian wine varieties for export
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Sauvignon Blanc
- Pinot Noir
- Pinot Gris/Grigio
- Cabernet Franc
Australian wine-growing regions are famous the world over and include the Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley, Hunter Valley, Margaret River, Yarra Valley and more.
With the right Australian export service provider as your partner, Australian wine export from these regions is very easy.
For advice on Australian food export and Australian wine varieties and wine selection, talk to the best exporter in Australia, Australian Fine Foods.