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This time around we present two types of oranges grown in the south of Italy: the Arancia di Ribera DOP, cultivated in Sicily, and the Arancia del Gargano IGP, grown in the plains of the Gargano, in Apulia.

Arancia di Ribera DOP

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Valle D'Aosta Valle d'Aosta

In this small region nestled in the Western Alps along the French border, the grapes are grown up 800 meters above sea level.
Vineyards cover 635 hectares, or 1,569 acres; yearly wine productions is 22,000 hectoliters, or 581,241 gallons; 10% white, 90% red; 22.8% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

Piemonte

Piedmont

Piedmont vineyards cover 57,487 hectares or 142,050 acres; yearly wine production is 3,405,000 hectoliters or 89,960,369 gallons; 30% white, 70% red; 55.8% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

Lombardia

Lombardy

Lombardy vineyards cover 26,951 hectares or 66,593 acres; yearly wine production is 1,665,000 hectoliters or 43,989,432 gallons; 38% white, 62% red; 47.3% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

Trentino-Alto Adige

Trentino-Alto Adige

Trentino-Alto Adige vineyards cover 12,810 hectares or 31,653 acres; yearly wine production is 953,000 hectoliters or 25,178,335 gallons; 45% white, 55% red; 79.1% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

Veneto

Veneto

Veneto vineyards cover 73,314 hectares or 186,101 acres; yearly wine production is 6,785,000 hectoliters or 179,260,237 gallons; 55.4% white, 44.6% red; 29.1% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

Friuli-Venezia GiuliaFriuli-
Venezia Giulia

Friuli–Venezia Giulia vineyards cover 18,704 hectares or 46,218 acres; yearly wine production is 1,018,000 hectoliters or 26,895,640 gallons; 52% white, 48% red; 60.5% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

 

LiguriaLiguria

Liguria vineyards cover 4,837 hectares or 11,952 acres; yearly wine production is 165,000 hectoliters or 4,359,313 gallons; 66% white, 34% red; 13.9% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

Emilia-RomagnaEmilia-Romagna

Emilia–Romagna vineyards cover 58,237 hectares or 143,904 acres; yearly wine production is 4,733,000 hectoliters or 125,046,235 gallons; 43% white, 57% red; 21.4% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

Tuscany

Tuscany

Here they say that grapes preceded mankind ...

Tuscany vineyards cover 63,633 hectares or 157,237 acres; yearly wine production is 2,156,000 hectoliters or 56,961,690 gallons; 30% white, 70% red; 55.5% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

UmbriaUmbria

Umbrian vineyards cover 16,503 hectares or 40,779 acres; yearly wine production is 740,000 hectoliters or 19,550,858 gallons; 58% white, 42% red; 30.5% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

MarcheMarches

Marche is 9,694 Km2 or 4,330 sq. mi.
Vineyards cover 24,590 hectares or 60,762 acres; yearly wine production is 1,815,000 hectoliters or 47,957,443 gallons; 62% white, 38% red; 19.6% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

Lazio

Lazio

Lazio vineyards cover 47.884 hectares or 118,321 acres; yearly wine production is 2,940,000 hectoliters or 77,675,033 gallons; 84% white, 16% red; 6.5% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

AbruzzoAbruzzo

Abruzzo is 10,749 Km2 or 6,675 sq. mi.
Vineyards cover 33,252 hectares or 82,166 acres.; yearly wine production is 4,184,000 hectoliters or 110,541,611 gallons of which 17.6% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

 

MoliseMolise

Molise is4,438 Km2 or 2,756 sq. mi.
Vineyards cover 7,650 hectares or 18,903 acres; yearly wine production is 360,000 hectoliters or 9,511,228 gallons of which 3.9% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

CampaniaCampania

Campania vineyards cover 41,129 hectares or 101,630 acres; yearly wine production is 1.971,000 hectoliters or 52,073,976 gallons; 36% white, 64% red; 2.8% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

 

BasilicataBasilicata

Basilicata is 9,992 Km2 or 6,205 sq. mi.
Vineyards cover 10,848 hectares or 26,825 acres; yearly wine production is 481,000 hectoliters or 12,708,058 gallons; 27% white, 73%red; 2.4% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

 

 

Puglia

Apulia

Puglia economy is based mainly on wine production.
Vineyards cover 107,715 hectares or 263,693 acres; yearly wine production is 7,236,000 hectoliters or 191,175,693 gallons30% white, 70% red; 3.8% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

CalabriaCalabria

Calabria vineyards cover 24,339 hectares or 60,142 acres; yearly wine production is 753,000 hectoliters or 19,894,319 gallons; 9% white, 91% red or sosé; 2.4% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

 

Sicilia

Sicily

Sicily vineyards cover 133,518 hectares or 329,923 acres; yearly wine production is 8,073,000 hectoliters or 213,000,000 gallons of which 2.1% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

Sardegna

Sardinia

Sardinia vineyards cover 43,331 hectares or 107,070 acres; yearly wine production is 1,062,000 hectoliters or 28,058.124 gallons; 43% white, 57% red; 15.6% is DOC.

Source: 2004 Data by Istituto Statistica Mercati Agro-Alimentari (ISMEA), Rome, Italy

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