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Asia (GB)
Asie (F)
Asia (ES)
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Azië (N)

In antiquity and during the antiquity were the high cultures of Central Asia and Asia Assyria. Babylonia and Mesopotamia the most important founders of viticulture and wine culture. Asia is thus the cradle of wine culture. An extension of vines exist in the countries Afghanistan. Armenia. Azerbaijan. bhutan. China. Georgia. India. Indonesia. Iraq. Iran. Israel. Japan. Yemen. Jordan. Kazakhstan. Kyrgyzstan. Laos. Lebanon. Myanmar (Burma), Nepal. Pakistan. Philippines. Russia (partly in Europe), Sri Lanka. South Korea. Syria. Tajikistan. Taiwan. Thailand. Turkey (to a small extent Europe), turkmenistan. Uzbekistan. Vietnam and Cyprus,

Map of Europe and Asia

In 2012, the Asian vineyard area increased by 1,801 million hectares, corresponding to 24% of the world's surface. Of these, however, only 15.5 million hectoliters of wine were produced, which accounts for only 6% of the world's volume. Because the returns are largely for table grapes. raisins and the distillation used. However, a lot of wine is imported. See also country charts under Africa. Europe. New world. South America and tropics, as well as a table with all countries below Wine production volumes,

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