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The Top 15 Wine Producing Countries

Led by France, Italy, Spain and the United States, here are the top 15 wine-producing countries in the world…

Rank Country Production
(by tonnes)
1 France France 6,590,750
2 Italy Italy 4,673,400
3 Spain Spain 3,339,700
4 United States United States 2,211,300
5 China China 1,657,500
6 Argentina Argentina 1,547,300
7 Australia Australia 1,133,860
8 Chile Chile 1,046,000
9 South Africa South Africa 965,500
10 Germany Germany 961,100
11 Russia Russia 696,260
12 Portugal Portugal 694,612
13 Brazil Brazil 345,000
14 Greece Greece 303,000
15 Austria Austria 281,476

Statistics and information from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations.  Food/Country/Production table via Wikipedia, list of wine-producing countries.  Interested in more?  Click here to view the top FORTY wine-producing countries in the world.

With mass production of wine and the craft of wine making originating in the Mediterranean region, it is not surprising to see France, Italy and Spain in the top 3 categories.   However, were you as  surprised as we were to see the country of China landing in the Top 5 countries in wine production?

Did you know…90% of the wine produced in the United States come from the state of California?

View more California wine information and fun wine facts on the following category links:

And no matter which country (or State) your favorite wine is from, we have the best wine gift bag in which to present your perfect bottle of wine!  Did we mention that our bottle gift bags are earth friendly and hand-crafted from sustainable materials, cottage industry style?

Click on the photo below or this link to our wine bottle gift bag pages or our plant sources page to learn more about the source of our wine bag material.

Handwoven Natural Wine Bag in Brown

Native Leaf’s uniquely textured, Eco-friendly single bottle, 750 ml wine bag, in the color cacao brown

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