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List of wine-producing regions
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List of wine-producing regions

A list of regions where wine grapes are grown and wine is made from them.

Wine grapes mostly grow between the 30th and the 50th degree of latitude, on both the Northern and Southern hemisphere.

In 2002, the five largest producers of wine in the world were France, Italy, Spain, United States, and Australia.

Table of contents
1 Africa
2 Americas
3 Europe
4 Former Soviet Union
5 Middle East
6 Oceania

Africa

Algeria

South Africa

Americas

Argentina

Canada

Chile

Mexico

United States

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

Europe

Austria

(Details about Austria's wine growing regions)

Britain

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Bulgaria

Cyprus

Czech Republic

France

Germany

Greece

(More detailed information on Greece's wine regions)

Hungary

Italy

Poland

Moldova

Portugal

Romania

Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Russia

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Slovakia

whole southern Slovakia, esp.:

Slovenia

Spain

Switzerland

Former Soviet Union

Republic of Georgia

Middle East

Israel

Bet Shemesh

Palestine

Turkey

Oceania

Australia

New Zealand