Year of Productive Diversification and Strengthening of Education
The U.S. is the main destination with $ 314,000, which represents 55.7 percent of total Peruvian wine exports, despite registering a fall of 20.5 percent compared to the same period in 2011 ($ 395,000).
China ranked second with purchases of $ 115,000 in the period, which accounts for 20.5 percent of total shipments and an increase of 49.5 percent compared to the acquisitions of 2011 ($ 77.000).
Other important markets are Japan ($ 34.000), Canada (21,000 dollars), Germany ($ 21.000), Costa Rica, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Belgium and El Salvador, for a total of 22 destinations.
The main exporters of Peruvian wines in the period were Bodegas Tabernero, Santiago Queirolo, Viña Tacama, Qeros Peru, Bodegas Vista Alegre, Viña Ocucaje, among others, for a total of 19.
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