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27 April 2015 — OIV life

Global state of conditions report: developments and trends

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The Director General of the OIV, Jean-Marie Aurand, presented information on "the potential wine production, assessment of the harvest, and state of the market and international trade in 2014" at the Organisation's headquarters in Paris on 27 April. He also gave initial estimates of the harvests of the main countries in the southern hemisphere.

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  • Slight growth in the global areas under vines (7554 kha, + 8 kha): China is now second in the world in terms of its vineyard surface area, with nearly 800 kha
  • World wine production is at a good average (279 mhl), after the high volumes in 2013 (291 mhl)
  • Global wine consumption in 2014, estimated at 240 mhl, dropped slightly by 2.4 mhl compared with 2013, within an overall context of stabilisation since 2009
  • In 2014, the world wine trade continued to increase in terms of volume (104 mhl, +2%) to reach a stable value of 26bn EUR
  • Early estimates of the 2015 harvest: a slight decline in the southern hemisphere

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