Organic wine at its peak in 2022

Organic wine is at its peak and will continue to become even more popular in 2022, in part because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Sustainability is also at its height as consumers are extremely concerned about what they eat or drink, so naturally they are fueling the development of the famous organic wine movement around the world.

Europe already holds around 60% of all global production, and like the countries, Italy, Spain and France lead the group.

Italy is number one with 54.8 million hectoliters and Spain is second with 44.4 million hectoliters. Next comes France with 24.1 million hectoliters.

On the other hand, the leading wine-consuming countries are also France, but the other two are Germany and the United Kingdom.

Germany shows interesting figures, with around 22% or 8.9 million buying organic wine in less than a month. France only sold 9.3 million cases of 12 bottles in 2020 alone, and there is a sharp increase in demand that will bring these sales to 17.3 million cases by 2022. And in the UK United, there is a 5% increase in organic wine consumption, and by 2022 these numbers are expected to double to at least 9%.

Another important point is that growth forecasts show that the organic wine market will reach 87.5 million cases by 2022, with Europe holding 78% of the entire global organic wine market. With compound annual growth of 9.2% from 2017 to 2022, the best growth is forecast for the organic wine sub-category. is where you can buy some of the best organic wines, such as Bodega Chacra Chardonnay, Rafael Palacios Sorte 0 Soro, Fontodi Flaccianello della Pieve and Montevertine Le Pergole Torte.

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