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A fresh prediction for this year's French wine production has been made. The statistics service SCEES of the French Ministry of Agriculture, Food, Fisheries and Rural Affairs said on 1 October that wine production for 2004 is expected to reach 58.9m hectolitres.

The production of quality wines with appellation of controlled origin is expected to reach 26.4m hectolitres, while the production of wines labelled "vins de pays" is expected at 15.4m hectolitres. Wines suitable for the production of cognac are expected to reach 9.3m hectolitres.

Production of other types of wine, grape juice and must is expected at 7.8m hectolitres.


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