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Belgian wine production set a new record in 2023. The country, which is famous for its beers, produced 35,000 hectolitres of wine last year. This corresponds to an increase of 550 per cent in ten years. The area under vines, on the other hand, has grown from 72 hectares in 2006 to 891 hectares in 2023. Belgium mainly produces sparkling wine (16,000 hectolitres), followed by white still wine (12,000 hectolitres). Red and rosé wine are a niche with 3,800 hectolitres. This is because, despite climate change and rising temperatures, red grapes do not always ripen sufficiently.

Wine is grown in both Wallonia and Flanders. The province of Hainaut in Wallonia is the largest wine-growing region in Belgium, producing mainly sparkling wine, followed by the provinces of Limburg, Liège and West Flanders.

(ru / La revue du vin de France)

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