Top Wine Regions of The World and Glyphosate In California Wine

Posted on Jun 25, 2017

EZ Diet Note:  I just got in the habit of rejecting California wine because of similar reports as this one below. I normally try to order Italian, Australian, or New Zealand wine as a result of this kind of information. Most restaurants and bars have Italian, Australian, or New Zealand wine. Costco has very low priced Italian wine. Be careful ordering New Zealand wine as you’ll probably get a pricey glass of Kim Crawford.

Ten California wines recently tested for the main active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup have been found to contain glyphosate. California wine glyphosate contamination is rampant.

Monsanto’s Glyphosate Found in California Wines, Even Wines Made With Organic Grapes

By Zen Honeycutt

Shortly after the release of a report showing 14 beers testing positive for glyphosate in Germany, a concerned supporter of Moms Across America approached me at a convention with disturbing news. He said he had test results from Microbe Inotech Lab of St.Louis showing 10 different wines, from large and small vineyards, contained the chemical glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller, including wine made with organic grapes.


Top Wine Regions of The World

( Each year we discover more countries producing wine. For instance, did you know there are vineyards in the Gobi Desert? It’s no doubt that up-and-coming wine regions are intriguing, but there are just 10 countries producing 80% of the wine on the planet. Let’s take a closer look at the top wine producing regions of the world.

Top Wine Regions of The World

The top 3 major wine regions of the world are France, Italy and Spain. They produce almost half of all the wine produced in the world. To help you wrap your brain around the sheer volume of wine they make:

The top 3 wine regions in the world make enough wine to fill 5,127 olympic-sized swimming pools.

France #1

While France and Italy compete for the top wine production region of the world they are also reducing wine production every year. France has lowered production by 11% since 2007.
Major Grapes Merlot, Grenache

Italy #2

Italy may be second to France, but there is a growing trend in both countries to remove vineyards. Italy has reduced their production by at least 7% since 2007.
Major Grapes Sangiovese, Trebbiano

Spain #3

Spain is home to the largest vineyard acreage in the world. Despite this fact, Spain also has much lower wine yields than neighboring France and Italy resulting in less total wine.
Major Grapes Tempranillo, Airén

United States #4

90% of wine from the United States is from California. California is home to the world’s largest wine producer, Gallo, in Modesto, CA.
Major Grapes Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay

Argentina #5

Argentina continues to grow their wine production year after year resulting in the highest growth rate (8%) of the top 5 wine producers in the world. Argentina relies on wine exports.
Major Grapes Malbec, Chardonnay

Australia #6

Australia relies primarily on the wine export market. Since the US dollar has weakened, Australia is expanding their wine marketing in Hong Kong and Asia.
Major Grapes Shiraz, Chardonnay

Germany #7

German wine is known for their aromatic white wines. German wines are exported primarily to US and UK.
Major Grapes Riesling, Müller-Thurgau

South Africa #8

South Africa has long been known for its Chenin Blanc and produces the largest volume of Brandy in the world
Major Grapes Chenin Blanc, Colombard

Chile #9

Chile is proud of the red wine variety Carmenere, known as the ‘lost varietal’ of Bordeaux. Still, export markets demand traditional varieties.
Major Grapes Cabernet, Chardonnay

Portugal #10

Portugal is known for Port wine, a high alcohol dessert wine from northern Portugal made by blending several grape varieties.
Major Grapes Port grapes, Alvarinho

Top Wine Regions World Map

How Knowing the World’s Top Wine Regions Helps You

It’s useful to know what the most popular types of wine are in each of the top producing countries for two reasons: value and quality. And probability of glyphosate contamination.

Finding Value & Finding Quality

Take a closer look at the regions above including Germany, Italy, Australia and Argentina. Each of these countries focus on a distinct wine variety. For instance, Spain produces the highest volume of Tempranillo in the world. This means that Spain produces both the most value Tempranillo as well as the best Tempranillo in the world.

The next time you buy wine from these top regions, focus on what their exceptional wines are. You are more likely to find something you’ll enjoy.

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