Wine around the world

The world wine business produced $370 billion in income in 2019 and is peaked for steady growth in the following years. Currently, the U.S. leads the scoreboard when it comes to consumption, with Americans consuming a mean of 3.6 liters each. Still, as China passes Italy of the 3rd place, it is clear that the world wine-landscape is changing.

Wine around the world
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The United States is leading on wine consumption (3.7 liters per person per year), making about $50 billion in income. Older persons of Americans prefer wine to other alcoholic drinks. Spirits are the favorite drink for aged 18 to 27. Only 27 percent of this age group prefers wine to spirits or beer.

Countries where most wine revenue is generated

  1. United States – 49.5 billion
  2. France – 28.1 billion
  3. China – 26.8 billion
  4. Italy – 26.6 billion
  5. United Kingdom – 24.4 billion
  6. Germany – 17.3 billion
  7. Argentina – 17 billion
  8. Canada – 17 billion
  9. Indonesia – 12.9 billion
  10. Russia – 12.4 billion

Wine is produced in more than seventy countries, today three of which account for almost half of the global production.

European countries are the largest exporter of wine.

Leading wine-exporting countries in 2018

  1. Spain – 21. million hectoliters
  2. Italy – 19.7 million hectoliters
  3. France – 14.1 million hectoliters
  4. Chile – 9.3 million hectoliters
  5. Australia – 8.6 million hectoliters
  6. South Africa – 4.2 million hectoliters
  7. Germany – 3.8 million hectoliters
  8. USA – 3.5 million hectoliters
  9. Portugal – 3 million hectoliters
  10. Argentina – 2.8 million hectoliters

Leading wine-importing countries in 2018

  1. Germany – 14.5 million hectoliters
  2. United Kingdom – 13.2 million hectoliters
  3. United States – 11.5 million hectoliters
  4. Australia – 8.6 million hectoliters
  5. China – 6.9 million hectoliters
  6. France – 6.2 million hectoliters
  7. Canada – 4.2 million hectoliters
  8. Netherland – 4.2 million hectoliters
  9. Russia – 4.1 million hectoliters
  10. Belgium – 3 million hectoliters
  11. Japan – 2.6 million hectoliters

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