What country drinks the most wine? It's a great question to ponder if you are a wine lover.
France and Italy have traditionally dominated the wine production and consumption scene but they now share the spotlight with a New World country, according to this nifty infographic from Remedy Liquor.
It turns out that the United States ranks at the top of the listwith a wine consumption of 31.8 million hectoliters per year, the equivalent of 840 million gallons a year, according to data gathered in 2016.
France came in second with 27 million hectoliters while Italy made it to number three on the list thanks to an annual wine consumption of 22.5 million hectoliters. Germany and China round out the top five.
Below is a list of the top 10 wine consuming countries in the world but scroll down to check out exact figures on each country.
Top Ten Wine Consuming Countries
1. United States
6. United Kingdom
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