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Global wine production rose to normal levels of 280 million hectoliters in 2018 from the drought-reduced 250 million hectoliters in 2017; one hectoliter is 26.4 gallons. With recession threatening, there are fears of a wine surplus and lower prices in 2019.
Italy and France had lower harvests in 2017 and 2018, but Germany had a record wine harvest in 2018, up a third over 2017, attributed to a warmer climate that increased the size and sweetness of grapes. Germany produces a fifth as much wine is global leader Italy, but German vineyards are expanding.