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There are 33 million hectoliters of wine in Italian cellars

The data is from the ICQRF “Cantina Italia” bulletin 15 of the electronic register. Veneto and Tuscany have the most wine in cellars

There are many areas in Italy where grape harvesting has not yet begun, while in others, at least for particular varieties, it is in the advanced stages, if not almost completed. In the meantime, Italian wine cellars are continuing to be emptied of stocks, and on August 31st, according to the “Cantina Italia bulletin no. 15”, on data of the electronic register, released recently by the Italian fraud prevention inspectorate, ICQRF, there were 33 million hectoliters of wine (39 in mid-July). More than half are PDO wines (17.6 million hectoliters), 8.2 million hectoliters are IGP wines, and just over 7 million hectoliters are wines without geographical indication. In detail, there are 7.7 million hectoliters of wine in the Veneto cellars, then Tuscany, counting 4.3 million hectoliters, Emilia Romagna and Piedmont at 3.5 million hectoliters each, and Apulia at 2.7 million hectoliters. These five regions alone hold almost two thirds (21.7 million hectoliters) of Italian wine.

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