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Which country produces the most wine in the world?

Italy produces more hectolitres of wine than any other other country.

It overtook France to become the biggest producer in the world in 2007. In 2009, it accounted for 17.7% (47,699hl) of world production with France close behind with 17% (45, 558hl) and Spain in third position (35,166). Total world production in 2009 equalled 268, 733hl.

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