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South African wine exports are projected to grow 13% in the next decade‚ according to the latest Bureau for Food and Agricultural Policy baseline report‚ which provides a snapshot of the country's wine industry and the broader agricultural sector. read more
| ||06/12/2013 - 08:49|
Cape town - Following on China’s recent significant investments in the French wine industry, especially in Bordeaux, they have also made their first investment in the South African wine industry. read more
| ||04/07/2013 - 09:34|
Cape Town - China should use the Western Cape as an investment gateway into Africa, the provincial agriculture and rural development department said on Wednesday. read more
| ||26/03/2013 - 10:43|
China is becoming an increasingly important market for New Zealand wine and a group of local firms is hoping to boost sales further by making an appearance this week at one of the Asian superpower's biggest international trade shows, the Chengdu Wine Fair.
| ||26/03/2013 - 10:09|
(Reuters) - Global wine production fell sharply last year due to bad weather in Europe and a recent policy to drain its "wine lakes", while Chile and United States saw a jump in harvests, according to a recent report. read more
| ||26/03/2013 - 09:58|
South Africa is anticipating a grape crop of more than 1.3-million tons for 2013 – a record in the wine industry’s history – which could, depending on market demand, potentially aid wine exports. The country’s wine exports reached a record of 417-million litres in 2012, up 17% from 2011. read more
| ||08/03/2013 - 13:38|
South Africa’s wine exports to Sweden, one of the local industry’s biggest markets, are listed as “at risk” following the recent unrest that took place mainly in the Hex River Valley, although the farms there produce table grapes and not wine. read more
| ||29/01/2013 - 11:15|
The UK remains Australia’s biggest wine export market, increasing by three per cent in 2012 according to a report released by Wine Australia. read more
| ||27/08/2012 - 11:27|
Wine and spirits conglomerate Distell achieved strong results in the year to June, with 15 percent growth in revenue from the South African and export markets. It lifted revenue to R14.2 billion, helped by a favourable exchange rate.
| ||23/08/2012 - 09:31|
Cape Town - While South Africa is not seeking a "trade war" with the United Kingdom over a decision by retailers in that country to import wine in bulk rather than bottles, it will be looking at bulk importation of whisky.
| ||22/08/2012 - 09:16|
Chinese wine producers have asked the government to investigate whether winemakers in the European Union are dumping cheap wine in China. read more