Hungary was the sixth-largest wine producer in the European Union last year, according to a recent report by EU statistical agency Eurostat.
According to Eurostat, a total of 16 billion liters of wine were produced in EU member states in 2019. Hungary produced 2% of the total, approximately 358 million liters.
The largest wine producer of the EU was Italy (5.5 billion liters, 35% of the total), followed by Spain (4.3 billion liters, 27%), and France (3.4 billion liters, 21%). Hungary’s area-based productivity placed it fifth in the EU ranking.
Source: Budapest Business Journal