What percentage of wine is exported from South Africa?

At 7.2 billion rand, they represent nearly 80 percent of export value, but only 43 percent of volume. Siobhan Thompson, CEO Wines of South Africa: “We are relieved that our wine exports have recovered worldwide. Even if this did not allow us to fully compensate for the loss of sales on the local market.

How much of South African wine is exported?

The overall value of the country’s wine exports increased by 7.7% to R9. 1-billion, of which packaged wine exports’ value grew by 8.3%.

South Africa’s 2020 wine exports reach 319-million litres despite market challenges.

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Can South Africa still export wine?

Despite a five-week long ban on exports and huge challenges at the Cape Town Port terminal due to the Covid-19 pandemic and related lockdown regulations in 2020, South Africa’s wine industry could still manage to export 319.2 million litres. … The overall value of SA wine exports in 2020 increased by 7.7% to R9.

How much wine does South Africa import?

South Africa imported about 2.2 million liters of wine, or 0.2 percent of production in 2014, down five percent from the 2.3 million liters imported in 2013. Major import countries in 2014 included France (36 percent of total imports), Italy (21 percent) and Portugal (14 percent).

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Can South Africa export alcohol?

South Africa is the prime export destination for European spirits in Africa, with exports amounting to 255 million euros in 2019. An Economic Partnership Agreement was signed between SA and the EU in 2016. It allows for the export of 110 million litres of South African wines duty-free into the EU region.

Is wine banned in South Africa?

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced a total ban on the sale of alcohol for the fourth time since the start of the pandemic. With effect from midnight last night (Sunday), the country has moved to alert level 4, meaning the sale of alcohol for both onsite and offsite consumption has been banned.

How old is the South African wine industry?

The first harvest was made on 2 February 1659 (as noted in Van Riebeeck’s log) seven years after the landing in 1652. The man succeeding Van Riebeeck as governor of the Cape of Good Hope, Simon van der Stel, sought to improve the quality of viticulture in the region.

Does South Africa import wine?

While the South African wine industry is showing signs of rebounding, it is faced with growing imports from low value wine suppliers and rising stocks. Imports from the United States are minimal at 32,172 liters in 2020, due to a high import tariff of 25 percent and abundant wine supply in South Africa.

How much does the wine industry make in South Africa?

The direct, indirect and induced impact/contribution of the wine tourism industry to South Africa’s GDP was R7. 2 billion in 2019.

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Which countries produce fair trade wine?

Wine is made in at least 50 countries around the world, but only four subscribe to Fairtrade labelling: South Africa, Argentina, Chile and Lebanon.

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