In 2019, Romania produced 4.9 million hectoliters, 13th in the world

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The wine production of our country decreased by 4% in 2019, to 4.9 million hectoliters, from 5.2 million hectoliters in 2018, but even so it is a production above the multiannual average, according to preliminary estimates of International Organization of Vine and Wine (OIV).
In 2019, world wine production was 262.8 million hectoliters, compared with 294 million hectoliters in 2018, OIV says, based on information collected from 28 countries, which represents 85% of world production.
In the European Union, the volume of wine production decreased by 15% compared to last year, reaching 156 million hectoliters, from 182.7 million hectoliters.
“A downward trend compared to 2018 is recorded in most EU countries. However, while in Italy, France and Spain, production is lower not only compared to 2018 but compared to the average of the last five years, other countries such as Germany (9 million hectoliters, 12% decrease compared to 2018), Austria (2.6 million hectoliters, 4% decrease compared to 2018) and Romania (4.9 million hectoliters, 4% decrease compared to 2018), recorded level of production in line or even above the average of the last five years “, specifies OIV.
According to the OIV data, from 2014 to 2016 Romania’s wine production did not exceed 3.7 million hectoliters per year, so that in 2017 it would reach 4.3 million hectoliters and in 2018 it reached 5.2 million hectoliters .
In 2019, our country ranks 13th in the ranking of the world’s largest wine producers, being surpassed by countries such as China, Portugal or Russia, whose wine production in 2019 is estimated at 6 million hectoliters.

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