How much wine is produce in the world and WhereBack
How much wine is produce in the world and Where
Wine is a drink obtained from the grape (Vitis Vinisfera variety) through the alcoholic fermentation of the grape juice.
The Spanish Law defines wine like: “the natural food derived exclusively because of the alcoholic fermentation, total or partial, from fresh grapes, stemmed or not, or the grape juice”.
How much wine is produced in the world?
The world wine production is equivalent to nearly 30 thousand millions of liters and its consume used to be concentrate in the same regions where the wine is produced, like:
• Three quarters parts of the wine that it produced in the world, it produced in Europe, being Italy, France, Spain and the countries of the former Soviet Union, which more contribute in terms of volume.
• Outside Europe, the countries that more wine produce are EEUU, Argentina and South African. The countries that more export to the Great Britain market are France, Australia, Italy, German, Spain, South African, EEUU and Chile.
Each of these producers’ countries has an adequate climate to the grape of the wine.
Where goes this wine?
According to Wikipedia, the 57% per cent of the grape world production is gone to wine production.
The major world producers of wine are: France, Chile, Italy, Spain, EEUU (California), Argentina, German, Australia, South African and Portugal. The main importers countries in the wine are (in this order) German, Great Britain, France, EEUU, Russia, Netherlands, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, Denmark and nowadays, it is incorporated although not as a large wine importer, but like a strong consumers of wine, China, South Korea and Taiwan.
For example, in this last country, Taiwan, there is not a local production of grape wines. However, it included that there is a big and prestigious production of rice wine with alcoholic contents could range between 7 and 8 ºC. which is the main drink in the meals, followed by the beer, produced in the country or imported.
Own information and Wikipedia (http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viticultura)
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