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8504.0 - Sales of Australian Wine and Brandy by Winemakers, Apr 2009  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 05/06/2009   
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IMPORTS AND DISPOSALS OF AUSTRALIAN PRODUCED WINE


WINE IMPORTS CLEARED FOR HOME CONSUMPTION

In original terms, 4.8 million litres of wine, valued at $30.3 million were imported in April 2009, an increase of 39.1% in quantity from the previous month. The value of imports was 15.1% higher than March 2009. The average value of wine imports cleared for home consumption in April 2009 was $6.31 per litre down from $7.63 per litre in March 2009.

WINE IMPORTS CLEARED: Original
Graph: Wine Imports Cleared, Original



DISPOSALS OF AUSTRALIAN PRODUCED WINE AND WINE AVAILABLE FOR CONSUMPTION IN AUSTRALIA

The original data for the March quarter 2009 shows that wine available for consumption in Australia decreased 2.4% on the same quarter in 2008. Domestic sales of Australian wine for the March 2009 quarter increased 1.0% compared with the same quarter last year, and wine imports decreased 24.5% over the same period. Total disposals of Australian produced wine in the March quarter 2009 increased by 11.9% on the same quarter in 2008 with exports rising 18.7%.

Domestic sales of Australian produced wine (A)
Wine imports cleared for home consumption (B)
Wine available for consumption (A + B)
Exports of Australian produced wine (C)
Total disposals of Australian produced wine (A + C)
Period
'000 L
'000 L
'000 L
'000 L
'000 L

2005-06
432 372
27 165
459 537
721 771
1 154 143
2006-07
448 142
34 275
482 417
786 926
1 235 068
2007-08
427 516
53 313
480 829
714 711
1 142 227
March Quarter 2008
89 712
13 534
103 246
145 946
235 658
March Quarter 2009
90 580
10 219
100 799
r173 202
r263 782

r revised



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