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This list of wine-producing regions catalogues significant growing regions where vineyards are planted. Wine grapes mostly grow between the 30th and the 50th degree of latitude, in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres. Grapes will sometimes grow beyond this range and minor amounts of wine are made in some very unexpected places.

In 2005, the five largest producers of wine in the world were, in order, Italy, France, Spain, the United States, and Argentina (see list of wine-producing countries for a complete rank).

Africa

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Cape Verdemarker



Moroccomarker



South Africa

Stellenbosch vineyard




Tunisiamarker



Americas

Argentinamarker



Brazilmarker



Canadamarker





Chilemarker

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Mexicomarker



Perumarker



United Statesmarker

A complete listing of federally defined wine regions, called American Viticultural Areas, is available here.
Wine-producing regions in California.


Uruguaymarker

The wine producing area is mainly in the Dpto. Canelones near the capital Montevideo, for more info: The Uruguayan wine guide


Venezuelamarker

The wine producing enterprise for Venezuela can be found here


Europe

Austriamarker

A map of Austrian wine regions can be found here


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Bulgariamarker

Wine-producing regions in Bulgaria.


Croatiamarker



Cyprusmarker



Czech Republicmarker



Denmarkmarker

Francemarker

Map of wine regions in France


Georgiamarker



Germanymarker



Greecemarker

Detailed information on Greek wine regions can be found here


Hungarymarker



Irelandmarker



Italymarker



Luxembourgmarker



Macedoniamarker



Moldovamarker



Montenegromarker



Netherlandsmarker



Polandmarker



Portugalmarker

Portugese wine regions




Romaniamarker



Russiamarker



Serbiamarker



Slovakiamarker

Wine-producing regions in Slovakia.
Whole of southern Slovakia

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Spainmarker

Spanish wine-producing regions
































Swedenmarker



Switzerlandmarker



Turkeymarker

Wine-producing regions in Turkey




Ukrainemarker



United Kingdommarker

In the UK, area under vines is small, and whilst viticulture isn't a major part of the rural economy significant planting of new vines has been made in the early 21st century. The greatest concentration of vineyards is found in the south east of Englandmarker, in the counties of Hampshire, Kentmarker, Surreymarker, and Sussex.

Asia

Chinamarker

Regions producing native wines have been present since the Qin Dynasty, with wines being brought to China from Persia. Some of the more famous wine-producing regions are:

With the import of western wine-making technologies, especially French technology, production of wines similar to modern French wine has begun in many parts of China with the direction of experienced French wine-makers; China is now the sixth largest producer of wine in the world. The following regions produce significant quality of wine:

Indiamarker



Iranmarker

Prior to the Iranian Islamic Revolution of 1979, Iran was a producer of wine. While production has stopped, the vineyards continue to exist and their product diverted to non alcoholic purposes.

Israelmarker and Israeli-controlled territories



Japanmarker



Kazakhstanmarker

Lebanonmarker



Myanmarmarker



Palestinian territoriesmarker



Syriamarker



Vietnammarker



Oceania

Australia

Australian geographic indications by state
Geographic indications for Australian wine are governed by law. The geographic indication must indicate where the grapes are grown, irrespective of where the wine itself is made. A geographic indication may be "Australia", "South Eastern Australia", a state name, zone, region or subregion if defined.

The zones, regions and subregions in each state are listed below:
New South Walesmarker


Queenslandmarker
Regions, no zone defined


South Australiamarker
Adelaide Super Zone includes Mount Lofty Ranges, Fleurieu and Barossa

Tasmanian wine
  • North West
  • Tamar Valleymarker
  • Pipers River
  • East Coast
  • Coal River
  • Derwent Valley
  • Southern


Victoriamarker




West Australian wine


New Zealandmarker



References

  1. http://www.fask.uni-mainz.de/inst/chinesisch/wineculture_abstract_chenxigang.pdf
  2. http://www.wines-info.com/Newshtml/200812/2282008123011241759.html
  3. Chinese Markets for Wines :wines-info



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