Italy: Wine production in Liguria will increase by 5% for 2023 harvest; exports to France increased by 18.5%

Published Sep 13, 2023

Tridge summary

Italian wine is the most exported agri-food product from Italy, with a value of 7.9 billion in 2022. The wine industry has created job opportunities and contributes to sectors beyond wine production, such as tourism and cosmetics. Despite challenges from European Union policies and competition from other countries, Italian wine production, including in Liguria, is expected to have a successful harvest in 2023, with an increase in production compared to the previous year.
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Wine is the most exported Italian agri-food product abroad, with a value of 7.9 billion on world markets in 2022. A production which, just in the past year, has created job opportunities ranging from winemakers to cellar workers up to commercial distribution, to extend to related sectors, in the most disparate fields. A treasure of Made in Italy and Made in Liguria on whose future, however, the unknowns linked to the policies adopted by the European Union weigh, starting from the Commission's choice to give the green light to the introduction of alarmist labels on wine decided by 'Ireland. “The EU's fair commitment to protecting citizens' health – comment Gianluca Boeri and Bruno Rivarossa, President of Coldiretti Liguria and Confederal Delegate – cannot translate into simplistic decisions, which risk unfairly criminalizing individual products regardless of the quantities consumed”. But our wine also has to face other attacks, such as the EU's decision to authorize - in the ...
Source: Sanremonews
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