Regions (20): Italy is divided into 20 regions, two of which have ‘special statute’ standing: Valle d’Aosta and Alto Adige. Italy’s regions are equivalent to states in the USA or provinces in Canada. They are: Abruzzo. | Alto Adige. | Aosta. | Basilicata. | Calabria. | Campania. | Emilia-Romagna. | Friuli-Venezia Giulia. | Lazio (Latium). | Lombardia (Lombardy). | Liguria. | Marche. | Molise. | Puglia (Apulia). | Sardegna (Sardinia). | Sicilia (Sicily). | Piemonte (Piedmont). | Toscana (Tuscany). | Trentino. | Umbria. | Veneto.
Organic & Biodynamic wine production data: See here.
Vineyard area & wine production: 2019 705,000ha of vines producing, 46.6m hl or 18% of global production.
Wine grapes: Italy is the country with the most wine grapes: roughly 30% of all the world’s wine grapes are Italian. See here.
Wine trade fairs: VinItaly.
Markets for Italian wine: See here.