Which countries in Europe drink the most wine? According to research conducted by the Wine Institute, the top country for per capita wine consumption in Europe may come as a surprise. The Vatican City drinks more wine per person than anywhere else in the world with residents of the Holy See consuming 54.26 litres every year.
Andorra, another tiny European country, comes second for per capita wine consumption with 46.26 litres per person each year. Croatia, Slovenia and France round off the top five. In France an average person will put away 42.51 litres over the course of a year.
This chart shows annual per capita wine consumption in European countries as of November 2015.
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