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60 million hectolitres of wine in Italian wineries: the Telematic Register on 15 February 2019

Veneto, always the queen region, with 15 million hectolitres, and almost a litre of wine in Italy is Prosecco, between DOC and DOCG
60 million hectolitres of wine in Italian wineries until 15 February 2019

There is more than one harvest, in the cellars of Italy: according to the latest bulletin issued by the Icqrf, on February 15 there was a figure of 60 million hectoliters (29.6 of PDO wines, 15.5 of PGI and 14.9 of generic wines) to be planted in the companies of the Belpaese. The Veneto, as always, is the richest region, and alone holds 25% of Italian wine, equal to 15 million hectoliters. The second is Emilia Romagna, with 7.6 million hectolitres, in front of Puglia, which has 6.5 million hectolitres in the cellar. 5.4 million hectolitres, however, rest in the barrels of Tuscany, 4.5 in those of Sicily, and 4.4 in the cellars of Piedmont.
Among the denominations, Prosecco Doc beats all, with 4.3 million hectolitres (to which 997,245 hectolitres of Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Docg must be added), ahead of Delle Venezie wines (1.95 million hectolitres) and Terre Siciliane (1.9), ahead of IGT Puglia (1.7 million hectolitres), IGT Veneto (1.6) and Doc Sicilia (1.5). The Montepulciano d’Abruzzo (1.47), the IGT Salento (1.42), the IGT Toscana (1.42) and the Chianti Docg (1.3) are also above the million hectolitres.

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