WA wine exports to China suffer steep drop

By Jacob Kagi

Western Australia‘s wine industry is reassessing the extent of its focus on the China export market on the back of sharp drops in both sales and volume.

Industry figures reveal wine exports to China from WA in the 12 months to July 2014 were down 25 per cent by volume and 20 per cent in sales.

Margaret River Wine Association president Nigel Gallop is confident there is still a big future in Chinese exports for wines in the region.

The difficulties in China have not been uniform, with Margaret River producer Murray McHenry saying he has managed to keep his sales to China growing.

Photo: A slump in WA wine exports to China is causing consternation for Margaret River winemakers.

Read more here: ABC

    

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