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Veneto top growing Region of Italian wine exports in FQ 2019

35.8% of wine shipped globally comes from the Prosecco region, Piedmont (16.5%) and Tuscany (15.8%)
First quarter 2019: exports Region by Region

Italian wine producers, who WineNews has often encouraged on the important and key theme of growth on foreign markets, have indicated forecasts that seem to find comfort in numbers. In the first quarter of the year, despite the economic and political instabilities starting with Brexit, then the tensions between the USA and China, and finally, the American President Donald Trump’s “threats” of duties on French and Italian wines, exports have nonetheless continued on their long, positive trend and achieved, according to the Italian statistics institute, ISTAT figures, 1.44 billion euros, and 3.8% growth in the same period of the previous year. The driving force of these numbers is more or less explicitly Prosecco, since 35.8% of Italian wine’s export shares come from Veneto, then Piedmont follows (16.5%) and Tuscany (15.8%) is in third place. Trentino Alto Adige (8.6%) is fourth, followed by Emilia Romagna (5.2%), then Lombardy (4.4%), Abruzzi (2.9%), Apulia (2.6%) and Sicily (2.2%). The highest growth registered, at least in terms of percentage, though data is still absolutely marginal, were Valle d’Aosta (+ 61.9%) and Molise (+ 46%), and among the big names, Piedmont (+ 7.8%) and Veneto (+4.7%) did very well, while Tuscany remained basically unchanged (+0.7%).

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