The 2013 consolidated financial statements of the Italian wines Group ends with 348 million euro, up 3.2% on the previous year and the exports in 85 countries that move the bar to 73% of consolidated itself.
So reports a statement of the Group. Profitability has been a marked improvement - EBITDA was EUR 23.9 million, with the final result of the consolidated financial statements 2.3 million.
In a situation of general recession, thus there is to be widely met.
GIV owns 11 major companies and brands distributed in most Italian regions with 1,340 hectares of vineyards, with Bull and turnover is at the top of the chain, followed by Cavicchioli and Folonari, then Lamberti, Saints, Formentini, Melini, Bigi, Fontana Candida, Rapitalà, Castello Monaci Terre and the Swabians. In addition to these distributed brands not owned as Carpenè Malvolti, Monogram and Bellei classic method sparkling wines and Lambrusco.
On the foreign front, we point Frederick Wildman, importer and distributor based in New York ($ 111 million (+ 5.9% of turnover in 2013) and Europe Carniato Paris (59 million euro: + 5.5%). In addition, the new entry business controlled directly from Italy: so GIV is for Germany, Czech Republic, United Kingdom and China.