The report, which analyzes how they have behaved wine exports by autonomous communities in 2009, notes that, in terms of value, Cataluna Autonomous Community is the leader, with 489 million euros, although in 2009 recorded a drop of almost 20 % compared to 2008, a reduction which is explained by the loss recorded by the sparkling wines, which represents 121 million euros less than billing.
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According to these data, consulted by Europa Press, in terms of value, exports of wine last year in the Autonomous Community accounted for 247,283.70 euros, 438 percent more than the previous year (45965.98?), And also the largest relative increases of all autonomy, while also holds the lowest figure.
On the positive side, are Murcia, with 104 million euros, an increase of 1.4%, Galicia, an increase of 10% to 25 million euros and the Islands, both Baleares (+16%) and Canary (+20%), but with little weight in the total.
Wine exports totaled Cantabria 168,709 liters last year representing an increase of 569.9 percent compared to 2008, when the export stood at 25,185 liters.
In this case, in terms of average price per liter, Cantabria ranked twelve between the highest value to below Murcia, Galicia, Valencia, Castilla-La Mancha and Extremadura.
Castilla-La Mancha is second with 369 million euros, but with a fall of 20%, followed by La Rioja, with 201 million euros and a decrease of -21%, mainly generated by wines with denomination of origin . The Valencia is in fourth place with 131 million euros, a fall of -15%. These four ACs account for 69% of invoice total exports of Spanish wine.
In percentage terms, Cantabria autonomous community with a higher relative growth of wine exports, while that recorded a lower volume, according to data from the State Tax Administration Agency (AEAT), analyzed by the Spanish Observatory Wine Market (OeMv).
Wales is second with 205 million liters and a fall of 9%, followed by Valencia (174 million liters and a decrease of 19%) and Extremadura,Valladolid_University_now_hosts_a9, with 122 million liters, an increase of 3.5%. Murcia (5th in the ranking) and La Rioja (6th), suffer losses of 14.5% and 21% respectively.
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Cantabria, the Autonomous Communities that most increase the export of wine in 2009, a 569.9%, although the lower volume.
And in terms of volume,Rivero_announced_a_new_timen, Castilla-La Mancha autonomous community is the most exported wine (44% of total), with 742 million liters, while in 2009 recording a fall of 14% by the decline experienced by wines Bulk table.
Evolved in a positive change, Extremadura (+3.5%), Galicia (+36,5%), Baleares (+70%) and Canary Islands (+15%), but with little weight in the total.
This increase occurred despite the fact that the average value per liter of wine under the Autonomous Community in 19.7 percent, ranking last year at 1.47 euros per liter, even more than the national average (1.10 euros liter).