The three export markets for wine to watch in 2019

3. Taiwan (28%)


Taipei, the capital city of Taiwan

Taiwan imports of wine and spirits in 2017 posted steady gains to US$867 million, up 4% compared to 2016, according to the Global Trade Atlas.

Wine consumption in Taiwan also reached record highs in 2016 at 20.2 million litres; in value terms, the market was worth US$152 million.

France and United Kingdom are respective market leader for wine and spirits. In 2017 France enjoyed a 53% share of Taiwan’s total wine imports and United Kingdom a 65% of spirits.

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