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  • France is no longer the largest wine producer
  • France is no longer the largest wine producer
    Alena Getman (2014) ©
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France is no longer the largest wine producer

Over the last decade, the global wine trade has grown to be worth $85 billion, with French winemakers renowned as the finest connoisseurs. But according to the International Organisation of Vine and Wine, the country has now lost its status as the world's top wine producer.

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