Wine Producing Countries

In both the northern and southern hemisphere the grapes are mostly grown between the latitudes of 30th and 50th degree. But some grapes grow beyond this latitude and minor amount of this grape is used to wine preparation. France, Spain, Italy, United States, and Argentina are the five largest producers of wine in the world in 2003.

The data is reported by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

Wine production by country - 2007

Rank Country Production (tones)
1 Italy 8,519,418
2 France 6,500,000
3 China 6,250,000
4 United States 60,105,00
5 Spain 6,013,000
6 Argentina 2,900,000
7 Chile 2,350,00
8 South Africa 1,600,000
9 Australia 1,530,439
10 Brazil 1,341,806
11 Germany 1,300,000
12 Portugal 1,050,000
13 Greece 950,000
14 Romania 821,306
15 Moldova 598,000
16 Hungary 543,400
17 Ukraine 415,000
18 Austria 329,825
19 Russia 328,810
20 Bulgaria 200,000