China’s top 10 wine importing countries in 2018

No. 8 New Zealand 

Import volume for bottled wines: 2.52 million litres (-8.46%)

Import value for bottled wines: US$28.77 million (-2.09%)

New Zealand’s ranking dropped one spot in 2018 compared with 2017, as both its volume and value dropped during the year.

Its import volume dropped by 8.46% year-on-year to 2.52 million litres, consequently its value also declined by 2.09% to US$28.77 million.

Its import value however still remains the highest among all countries at US$11.4 per litre. Its market share in China stands at 1.1%. 

One Response to “China’s top 10 wine importing countries in 2018”

  1. Brian Raue says:

    The wine market in China remains strong with demand for quality wines on the increase even though a slight drop in volume from last year which is more of a correction from the huge growth over the past 5-10 years.
    Australian wines are well positioned for 2019 with the FTA now in force.

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