Italy “world’s best wine country” according to recent survey
Above: The hills of Valdobbiadene where Prosecco is produced.
According to the results of a consumer survey published by the popular wine trade magazine Drinks Business this week, Italy is the “best wine country” in the world.
“Italy has been ranked as the best country in the world for wine lovers,” report the editors, “beating France and Spain.”
“Italy emerged victorious due to the abundance of wine tasting experiences on offer throughout its 21 wine regions running from the top to the bottom of its boot.”
Italy prevailed over other countries “due to its higher number of consumer wine experiences and having a larger number of wineries open to the public.”
Click here to read the entire results of the survey.