About the report

The Australian Wine Export Report, produced by Wine Australia, is a summary report and analysis of total exports of Australian wine.  It includes highlights of the latest export volume and value statistics by destination market, container type and variety.

Report summary

The total value and volume of wine exports declined in financial year 2020–21. This was due mainly to a decline in exports to mainland China plus the cumulative effects of three consecutive lower vintages on available volume

Average price per litre for bottled wine and unpackaged wine both increased.

Excluding mainland China, both the value and volume of exports increased.

Destinations to record double-digit value growth included the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and Taiwan.

Exports to the United States of America declined as the COVID-19 surge in off-trade sales evident last year dissipated.

China negatively affected total value of bottled Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon exports, but the average price (FOB) for both increased to financial year records.

Download Export Report 2021.

To explore the export data yourself, please visit the Export Dashboard.

 


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This content is restricted to wine exporters and levy-payers. Some reports are available for purchase to non-levy payers/exporters.