Allegrini 2018

48.3 million hectolitres of wine and 13 million hectolitres of must in Italian wineries, data report

The situation updated until 30 November 2018, with stocks by denomination: Prosecco the richest, with 3.2 million hectolitres
Prosecco, the richest denomination in Italy, with 3 million hectolitres in the winery

48.3 million hectolitres of wine, of which half (24 million hectolitres) of PDO wine and the rest is equally divided between PGI (12.2 million hectolitres) and common wines (12.1 million hectolitres), plus 13 million hectolitres of must (almost all new wines still in fermentation), with 1 liter of wine out of 4 planted in the cellars of Veneto (12 million hectoliters), twice as much the second richest region, Emilia Romagna (6.1 million hectoliters), ahead of Puglia (4.7), Tuscany (4.5) and Piedmont (4). This is the overview updated until 30 November 2018 from the bulletin “Cantina Italia” n. 20, on data from the telematic register, which shows the state of the art of the wineries in Italy, at the end of the harvest. For the first time, the bulletin lists the “stocks” of all wines with the designation and geographical indication of Italy. At no. 1 there is Prosecco Doc, with a volume of 3.2 million, twice the volume of Doc Delle Venezie, with 1.6 million hectolitres of wine in the cellars. Followed by a trio of IGT, Terre Siciliane and Veneto, both with just over 1.4 million hectoliters, and finally, IGT Puglia, with 1.3 million hectoliters. Following the DOC Sicily, with 1.2 million hectoliters of wine, in front of the IGT Tuscany of a few liters, and then, all just over a million hectoliters, come the Chianti Docg, IGT Salento, IGT Rubicone and Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Doc. Still, among the richest denominations, there is the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Docg (800,000 hectoliters), in front of the Chianti Classico Docg (680,000 hectoliters), followed by the Venetian pair formed by the IGT Provincia di Verona or Veronese and IGT Tre Venezie, both with 571,000 hectoliters of wine in the cellar, in front of the IGT Emilia with 512,000 hectoliters. Barely under half a million hectolitres are Franciacorta DOCG (496,000 hectolitres), ahead of Barolo DOCG (475,000), Valpolicella DOC (455,000), Valpolicella Ripasso DOC (423,000), Primitivo di Manduria DOC (417,000) and Amarone Della Valpolicella DOCG (405,000). Still, among the denominations with the most wine in the winery, following the IGT Province of Pavia (394,000 hectoliters), Barbera d’Asti DOCG (353,000), Brunello di Montalcino DOCG (353,000), IGT Marca Trevigiana (338,000), Soave DOC (328,000) and IGT Lazio (309,000 hectoliters).

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