More Wine Grown in China than France

Source: www.TheDrinksBusiness.com
By: Lucy Jenkins
04.28.2015

China has now overtaken France to become the world’s second largest wine grower after Spain, fuelled by increasing demand for red wine.

As reported by the BBC, The International Organisation of Vine and Wine (IOV) stated that China now has 799,000 hectares (ha) of land given to wine growing, placing it second after Spain which has just over 1 million ha.

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