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China, Italy, in the first half of 2020, lost 27.8%, at 47.86 million euros. Bad bubbles

Volumes down 32.5%, sparkling wines down even to -39%: but Italian wine is still the fourth most imported from Beijing
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China, Italy’s numbers

If wine imports were already holding back from 2018 the braking, the Coronavirus crisis has not favored the resumption of trade with China, which, in the first 6 months of 2020, marked a vertical collapse of each category: bottled, bubbles, bulk, bag-in-box. Particularly hard data in April and May, with a fall of 50%, while in June the drop stops at 30%, suggesting that the worst is now behind us. No one is saved, in this first half, which marks a decline of 31.9% over the same period of 2019, with wine shipments to China at 215 million liters for a turnover of 710 million euros, and an average price of 3.3 euros per liter (+2%), as told by the analysis of the Oemv - Spanish Observatory on the Wine Market on Chinese customs data.
The biggest drop, in volume, is that of Chile, which loses 51.8%, while Italy leaves 6.27 million litres on the ground, namely 32.5% compared to exports in the first 6 months of 2019, for a turnover of EUR 47.86 million, down 27.8%. Italy, however, remains China’s fourth largest trading partner, behind Australia (270 million euros in the period, -20.9%), France (186 million euros, -37.1%) and Chile (93.3 million euros, -41.7%).

The only country in positive territory is Argentina, which replaces Chile in the bulk segment and grows in value by 24.8% to EUR 11.7 million. Also worth mentioning is the +16% increase in the volume of Spanish bubbles, compared to -39% for Italian bubbles, which are still the leader, together with French bubbles, both down by 30% in value. Finally, the evolution of the last 12 months (from June 2019 to June 2020), which marks a -20% both in value and volume, at 512.3 million liters and 1.73 billion euros.

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