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List of wine-producing countries

The following is a list of the top 40 wine-producing countries and their volume of United Nations; this is the latest information available from them as of 2012.[1] Their data show a total worldwide production of 26,216,967 tonnes of wine with the top ten producing countries accounting for over 85% of that total.[2]

Wine production by country 2011[3]
Rank Country
(with link to wine article)
Production
(tonnes)
1 Italy 6,590,750
2 France 4,673,400
3 Spain 3,339,700
4 United States 2,211,300
5 China 1,657,500
6 Argentina 1,547,300
7 Australia 1,133,860
8 Chile 1,046,000
9 South Africa 965,500
10 Germany 961,100
11 Russia 696,260
12 Portugal 694,612
13 Romania 405,817
14 Brazil 345,000
15 Greece 303,000
16 Austria 281,476
17 Serbia 224,431
18 New Zealand 189,800
19 Hungary 176,000
20 Ukraine 168,410
21 Moldova 124,526
22 Bulgaria 122,687
23 Switzerland 101,800
24 Georgia 97,000
25 Japan 79,000
26 Peru 72,700
27 Macedonia 66,530
28 Uruguay 65,000
29 Croatia 48,875
30 Algeria 47,500
31 Canada 46,851
32 Czech Republic 45,000
33 Morocco 33,300
34 Slovakia 31,388
35 Turkey 27,950
36 Mexico 27,609
37 Belarus 27,320
38 Slovenia 24,000
39 Tunisia 23,200
40 Uzbekistan 21,000

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References

  1. ^ http://faostat.fao.org/636/DesktopDefault.aspx?PageID=636#ancor
  2. ^ "Wine production (tons)".  
  3. ^ "Wine production (tons)".  
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