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Global wine consumption 2000-2012

The fourth article in the series on global vineyard, grape growing, wine production, wine consumption, and wine trade statistics:

“Global wine consumption: who drinks the most wine?: Global wine consumption was stable in 2012 at 243 Mhl. Since 2000 wine consumption has increased somewhat, up 8%. After a peak at 255 Mhl in 2007 it went down but with the stable figure for 2012 the downward trend seems to be stopped. The European countries, traditional big drinkers, are decreasing their consumption, although France keeps the number 1 slot (for the moment). The US is likely to be confirmed as the biggest single wine market. Together with Russia, China, United Kingdom and Australia it is also a growth market.”

Read more here: The world’s wine consumption 2000-2012

Major wine consuming countries 2000-2012

Major wine consuming countries 2000-2012, source: OIV

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