Italy: volume of wine produced 2011-2017

Total volume of wine produced in Italy from 2011 to 2017* (in 1,000 hectoliters)

Italy: volume of wine produced 2011-2017 Wine is one of the most important products for the Italian manufacturing industry. The annual volume of wine produced depends on many factors, such as the weather and the average temperature of the region. Because of these circumstances, the amount of wine produced in Italy changed a lot between 2011 and 2017. The highest quantity was reached in 2013 with 54 thousand hectoliters, while the lowest was achieved in 2017, when Italian wineries produced only 42.5 thousand hectoliters.
 The distribution of the Italian production

  Analyzing the data of 2017, it is immediately clear how the Italian production of wine extends from the Alps to the south regions. In this year, indeed, the area that made most wine was the northeast region of Veneto, followed by the southeast region of Apulia. Such a vast distribution of the production depended mostly on the locations of the leading Italian wineries in the same year.

 Italian leadership in Europe

In addition to the distribution of the Italian wine sector, another interesting observation can be drawn from last years’ data. If the European countries with the largest wine production have always been Italy and France, from 2015 to 2018 Italy was the absolute leader. The last year in which the French production was larger than the Italian one was the 2014, when French wineries produced 44.2 thousand hectoliters wine.
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Total volume of wine produced in Italy from 2011 to 2017* (in 1,000 hectoliters)

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Production volume in thousand hectoliters
2017**42.5
2016*50.9
201550
201444.2
201354
201245.6
201142.8
Production volume in thousand hectoliters
2017**42.5
2016*50.9
201550
201444.2
201354
201245.6
201142.8
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Wine is one of the most important products for the Italian manufacturing industry. The annual volume of wine produced depends on many factors, such as the weather and the average temperature of the region. Because of these circumstances, the amount of wine produced in Italy changed a lot between 2011 and 2017. The highest quantity was reached in 2013 with 54 thousand hectoliters, while the lowest was achieved in 2017, when Italian wineries produced only 42.5 thousand hectoliters.
 The distribution of the Italian production

  Analyzing the data of 2017, it is immediately clear how the Italian production of wine extends from the Alps to the south regions. In this year, indeed, the area that made most wine was the northeast region of Veneto, followed by the southeast region of Apulia. Such a vast distribution of the production depended mostly on the locations of the leading Italian wineries in the same year.

 Italian leadership in Europe

In addition to the distribution of the Italian wine sector, another interesting observation can be drawn from last years’ data. If the European countries with the largest wine production have always been Italy and France, from 2015 to 2018 Italy was the absolute leader. The last year in which the French production was larger than the Italian one was the 2014, when French wineries produced 44.2 thousand hectoliters wine.
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