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This year’s wine production in Bulgaria is expected to reach 180 mln. to 200 mln. liters, which is 45% rise, compared to the 127 mln. liters in 2012, predicts Krasimir Koev, Executive Director of the Executive Agency of Vine and Wine (EAVW).
For the first six months of 2013 Bulgaria has exported 28 187 689 liters of wine, which is a 5,4% increase, compared to the same period of last year, show EAVW`s data. The agency predicts a serious rise in sales on the Chinese market, where almost a million liters are expected to be sold until the end of 2013.
These days representatives of one of the biggest Vietnamese companies have visited Bulgaria and signed a deal for 500 000 liters of Bulgarian wine to be exported to Vietnam until the end of the year. Even bigger quantities are expected to be ordered from Vietnam in February, since they celebrate the New Year in February. About a million liters of wine, mostly red, is expected to be exported for Vietnam. In 2012 less than 300 000 liters of Bulgarian wine have been sold on the Vietnamese market.
Not long ago Russia stopped importing wines from Moldova, which resulted in a higher demand for Bulgarian wines, filling the niche. Usually 40 – 45% of Bulgarian wine export is directed to the Russian market. Another dream market for the Bulgarian winemakers is USA. The American businessman Robert Hike is exporting Bulgarian wine for the US market. His project plans to increase the exports to reach 40 mln. bottles in five years. Invest in Bulgaria
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