This derived from the last report presented by “Wine Market Council” and “Nielsen”, which describes the state of wine in the United States. This report highlights that Argentina and New Zealand have experienced the greatest growth.
New World’s bulk wine exports to United Kingdom, United States and Germany have undergone a substantial change in their mix, from bottled to bulk wine. Argentina is one of the leading wine-supplying countries, growing by 114% in the last year.
In 2011, Argentina’s bottled wine exports dropped by 7% in volume. Nevertheless, several brands managed to keep on and in some cases, to grow.
As every year, the United States’ largest online sales channel published the Wine.com 100 of the best-selling wines among the site’s customers. An Argentine Cabernet Sauvignon reached the first position and other seven wines from this country were also included in this Top 100 list.
The Argentine Wine Observatory presented the first part of a report that compares the wine industry of Argentina and Chile. It reveals data about planted hectares, finished products, and internal consumption of both countries.