All regulatory information for exporting wine and grapes to Chile, including the regulatory environment, duties and taxes, and permitted additives.
Chile is a minor export market for Australian wine. Nevertheless, with tariff rates for Australian products falling to zero in 2015, combined with Chile’s established wine market, present good opportunities for Australian wine.
The Australia-Chile Free Trade Agreement (ACI-FTA) came into effect on 6 March 2009. The Agreement provides Australian businesses with significantly improved market access by eliminating 92 per cent of tariff lines on 97 per cent of Australian goods currently traded; and includes exports of coal, meat, wine and key dairy products.
Chile and Australia are both members of the finalised Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement.
Chile and Australia are both active members of the World Wine Trade Group and APEC’s Wine Regulatory Forum.