How important are wine exports for a country’s wine sector?

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The country exporting the biggest part of its production is New Zealand; 88% goes to another country. It is, of course, regrettable that the New Zealanders are not that keen on their own wine, but the country has a long history of anti-alcohol politics and restrictions. It just barely escaped a period of prohibition. (I can add that New Zealand is also the country with the biggest proportion of “French” grape varieties of all nations, far bigger than France.)

But who is number two and number three in the export-most ranking?

Read more in Per’s article on BKWine Magazine: The wine countries that focus most on exports.

Travel: Come on a wine tour to New Zealand with BKWine.

The amount of water that flows through the Huka Falls in New Zealand in one and a half day is the same as the amount of wine that the world produces in one year.

The incredible Huka Falls, 220.000 litres/second
The incredible Huka Falls, 220.000 litres/second, copyright BKWine Photography

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