China’s top 10 imported wines by country

2. Australia

Volume: 46.095 million litres

Value: US$283.229 million

Average bottled wine price: US$6.14 per litre 

The implementation of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement at the end of 2015 has given a huge boost to Australian wines in China.

In 2016, China surpassed the UK to become Australia’s most valuable export market with value sales up by an impressive 40% and a further 45% up in volume. Its Shiraz-based wines are among consumers’ favourites.

It is the second biggest source for imported wines in China, accounting for more than 20% of the market share.

One Response to “China’s top 10 imported wines by country”

  1. Hi, Georgian wines are getting more and more popularity over the World. Georgia has recently enjoyed free trade agreement with China with imposed zero import wine tariffs. Georgia is after Argentina with import wine share in Chinese Market and it worth mentioning on the page 11. Thanks

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