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It was only two years ago that Italian trade seemed to be on an unstoppable rise. That tide has receded a little, however.

The high US tariffs on EU (European Union) wines from which Italy was excluded were an important factor in its secondary market success from 2019 to early 2021. Since those tariffs were abolished, trade for Italian wines has declined, from around 15% of trade in last year’s report to 11% this year.

Many Italian wines have dropped down the list. A bit like Bordeaux, total trade by value and volume is still strong but price performance has slowed, especially compared to Burgundy and Champagne.

Sassicaia remains the highest-ranked Italian wine estate and the sixth most-traded by volume, though it dropped 22 places to 30th.

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