Georgian Wine Exported to 47 Countries Worldwide During Past 7 Months

Georgian Wine Exported to 47 Countries Worldwide During Past 7 Months

During the past seven months of 2019, 47.2 ml. bottles (0,75l) of wine has been exported to 47 countries worldwide, that is 4% higher than the similar data of 2018.

Exported wine income amounted to 114,2ml. USD, that is 6% higher than the data of the previous year.

Exports have increased on Georgian wine strategic markets: USA –  60% (388038 bottles), UK – 39% (69662), China – 21% (4249687) and Poland – 19% (2250994); Also, growth is remarkable  in the following countries: France – 143% (63948), Lietuva –  41% (372918), Mongolia – 35% (172392), Belorussia – 19% (1008888), Israel –  51% (165671), Germany – 12% (344735),  Estonia – 9% (357866), Russia-  2%, (29132711) Moldova – 4386% (317582),  Netherlands – 42% (43260), Czech Republic – 42% (43260), Sweden – 1734% (39954), Bulgaria 25% (19986) and etc.

The first ten of the exporter countries are the following: Russia (29132711), Ukraine (4893304), China (4249687), Poland (2250994), Kazakhstan (1902618), Belorussia (1008888), Latvia (841236), USA (388038), Lietuva (372918) and Estonia (357866).
According to data of 7 months, a different amount of wine was exported by 243 wine companies.

In addition, 14.5 ml bottles (0,5 liters) of brandy have been exported to 18 countries worldwide, that is 46% higher than the similar data of 2018. Exported brandy income amounted to 31.5 mil USD (growth 57%).  306.2 thousand bottles of “Chacha” has been exported to 24 countries worldwide, growth amounted to 40%. Exported “Chacha” income amounted to 810.2 thousand USD (increase – 27%)

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