Spain Retains Top Spot in Organic Wine Production in Europe
Spain has retained the top spot in organic wine production in Europe. Spain is among top exporters of wine in Europe and the quality of Spanish wine keeps on improving. Spanish vineyards are attracting more buyers each year and the country has managed to maintain its leadership in organic wines as well.
Spanish wines offer an attractive combination of quality and price. Distributions companies across Europe find it easier to deal with Spanish wine producers.
As Spain continues to improve its area under certified organic wine production, the demand for organic wines across Europe has been rising over the last few years. As consumers have more choice in organic wines, the price would not be much higher compared to conventional wines. As per official data, there were nearly 1000 wineries and bottling plant involved in the organic wine business in Spain last year. Nearly 12.5 percent of total wine production in Spain is certified organic.
In Spain, Catalonia leads in organic wine production. Other regions with organic vineyards include Castile-La Mancha, the Valencian Community and Andalusia.
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Spain is leading Europe in organic wine production with 1,033 organic wine producers by year end 2018, compared to 940 in 2017. The figures for year 2019 are expected to be even higher as demand for organic wine in the market increases.