Everyone knows that the Italian wine is the most highly regarded in the world, but today we're going to reveal you some records about italian wine production.
- Vitis Vinifera
Italy is the country with the most Vitis Vinifera plants with over 350 different varietis. Vitis vinifera produces grape that is perfect to make wine.
In Italy the quality of raw materials, the environment, weather, production and processing stages are strictly controlled by producers association in order to ensure an excellent quality like Due Maestà wine.
Italy and France have long been the sole duellists for the title of world top wine producer, but this year Italy has surpassed France to take to crown of world largest wine producer in 2015, according to European Union data. This year's benign weather conditions have resulted in an abundant grape harvest across the Mediterranean peninsula, as opposed to that reaped on the other side of the Alps.
- Unique locations
The highest vineyard in the world is in Italian Alps. It's a very beautiful location like the vineyards where Due Maestà wines are produced, close to the Adriatic sea.
Tiny Vatican City consumes more wine per capita than any other country in the world, according to information from the California-based Wine Institute.
According to the Wine Institute's latest statistics, the Vatican consumed 74 liters of wine per person, around double the per-capita consumption of Italy as a whole!
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