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|Publication Year||November, 2020|
The domestic wine production has reported annual fluctuations, as it is influenced among others by unpredictable factors such as weather. Production reached its peak during the period 2004-2005, while in the following years it followed a downward trend.
Over the period 2015-2020 production dropped by 19%.
Over time, white wine has been the main wine category, accounting for 65% - 70% of domestic production in recent years. Red and rose wine accounted for 30% - 35% of total production.
Domestic wines cover the domestic demand to a great degree, a fact which makes the degree of import penetration low (14% in 2018-2019), following an upward trend.
Domestic wine consumption is mainly covered by domestic products. White wine has accounted for the largest part of overall consumption with a share of approximately 65%-70%, including retsina. Red and rose wines accounted for 30%-35%. The share of retsina in the total market is estimated at approximately 10%.