No. 7 Argentina
The south American country is China’s 7th biggest wine supplier. It exported 15.8 million liters of wines worth about US$16.6 million to China in the first six months of the year.
Its export value swelled 21.39% over the same period last year but its volume dropped by 11.24%. It’s worthy to note that its average export wine price is the lowest among all top 10 countries at US$1.05 per liter, cheaper than Chile or Spain.
Overall, Argentinean wines take up 2.04% of market share in China, far behind its neighbour Chile.