List of wine-producing countries

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The following is a list of the top 40 wine-producing countries and their volume of wine production for the year 2012 in metric tonnes, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), which is an agency of the United Nations; this is the latest information available from them as of 2015. Their data show a total worldwide production of 26,404,435 tonnes of wine with the top ten producing countries accounting for over 85% of that total.[1]

Top 40 Wine Producing Countries

Wine production by country 2012[1]
Rank Country
(with link to wine article)
Production
(tonnes)
1 France France 5,286,414
2 Italy Italy 4,089,000
3 Spain Spain 3,150,000
4 United States United States 2,820,000
5 China China 1,650,000
6 Argentina Argentina 1,177,800
7 Australia Australia 1,155,000
8 Chile Chile 1,086,500
9 South Africa South Africa 1,010,000
10 Russia Russia 700,000
11 Portugal Portugal 585,700
12 Germany Germany 528,515
13 Brazil Brazil 350,000
14 Greece Greece 295,000
15 New Zealand New Zealand 240,000
16 Serbia Serbia 217,503
17 Austria Austria 215,475
18 Hungary Hungary 187,400
19 Ukraine Ukraine 185,748
20 Romania Romania 123,450
21 Moldova Moldova 121,358
22 Georgia (country) Georgia 112,700
23 Bulgaria Bulgaria 104,000
24 Switzerland Switzerland 100,387
25 Japan Japan 80,000
26 Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 78,077
27 Uruguay Uruguay 67,000
28 Peru Peru 65,000
29 Canada Canada 57,000
30 Algeria Algeria 49,000
31 Croatia Croatia 48,000
32 Czech Republic Czech Republic 47,000
33 Mexico Mexico 38,900
34 Morocco Morocco 34,500
35 Slovakia Slovakia 32,500
36 Turkey Turkey 30,000
37 Belarus Belarus 27,220
38 Slovenia Slovenia 25,000
39 Tunisia Tunisia 24,000
40 Uzbekistan Uzbekistan 21,500

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Wine production (tons)". Food and Agriculture Organization. 20140207. p. 28. Retrieved 2015-06-23.  Check date values in: |date= (help)