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2/3 of exported wine value in the world from Veneto, Piedmont and Tuscany

Data from the Qualivita Wine Observatory: in the first half of 2018, exports amounted to 2.9 billion euros, +4.1% on 2017

In the first six months of 2018, Italy exported wine products for a value of 2.9 billion euros, +4.1% increase compared to 2017. The Veneto region alone counts for one third of all Italian wine exports, and together with Piedmont and Tuscany, these three Regions brought in 1.9 billion euros. One of the possible interpretations of the Qualivita Wine Observatory, on ISTAT data for the first 6 months of 2018 is that besides regional production, customs clearance numbers also bear their weight and count, showing the extent of the Italian wine business, which is widespread throughout the national territory and, at the same time, particularly focused on values. Looking into the details of the report, it reveals that the Veneto region exported wine for 1.03 billion euros, registering 3.6% growth compared to 2017, and weighing 35.3% on the value of national exports. Following Veneto, and really just a few thousand euros apart, there is Piedmont, at 456 million euros (+6.4%) and Tuscany at 455 million euros (+1.9%). In fourth position, we find Trentino Alto Adige, at an exported value of 262 million euros (+1% compared to 2017), and Emilia Romagna at 149 million euros (+1.3%). In the category of above 100 million euros of wine exported, there is also Lombardy, at 139 million euros (+6.5%).

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