The UK, US and Canada remain the top three destinations by volume for Australian wines, according to a recent report.
Scotch whisky has seen a decline in exports worth £220million in lost sales, with some markets receding by nearly 50%.
An agreement by Pacific countries to standardise acceptable limits of chemical residue in wine could mean massive savings for Australian winemakers.
New Zealand is now the number two country of origin for wine sold over £7 in the UK, new figures have shown.
New export figures have revealed that almost a fifth of Scotch whisky exports go to Commonwealth countries.
Over a million bottles of Scotch and wine are being piled in Indian warehouses as a months-long squabble over labelling between importers and customs officials continues.
US wineries exported a record $1.55 billion of wine last year, an increase of 16.4% on 2012, and the fourth consecutive years rise by value.
While French wine exports decreased both in volume and value last year, Champagne value sales were up by 1.3%.
New Zealand winemakers could be set to beat last year’s 345,000 tonne harvest with favourable growing conditions and a growing export market working in its favour.
Chinese consumers are branching out beyond the confines of French wine and are developing an increasing thirst for wines from Spain.
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