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  • n. Plural form of hectolitre.


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  • Indications were that the 1995 crop would amount to about 9,5 million hectolitres, which is about four per cent bigger than the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Reported volumes over the period 1 April 2008 - 31 March 2009 are 6.4 million hectolitres, which is a volume growth of 9% that accelerated to a 16% volume growth in the half year ending September 2009 against an industry growth of 8%, resulting in a market share increase of 3%.

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  • The OIV predicts that French production will reach 50m hectolitres this year, while Italy's output will fall by 13% to 42m, its lowest in years.

    France reclaims crown as top wine producer

  • Italy also lost nearly 3m hectolitres of wine because of vine replantings, which occurred to a lesser extent in France.

    France reclaims crown as top wine producer

  • French wine production will reach 50m hectolitres this year.

    France reclaims crown as top wine producer

  • Molson Coors said the Indian beer market is estimated to grow to 50 million hectolitres by 2020, landing it in the top 10 list of global beer markets.

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  • The company recorded lager volumes of 218 million hectolitres, up 2% on the prior year on an organic basis.

    SABMiller Profit Boosted by Africa, Asia

  • In total, 78 vineyards signed up to the initiative in the first year, producing around 40,000 hectolitres of wine.

    Goodbye Cheap Bordeaux, Hello Atlantic Wine | Impact Lab

  • Vladpivo, the largest brewer in the Russian far east Primorie region, is located near the city of Vladivostok and has an annual capacity of 1 million hectolitres.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It has asked for the commission to subsidise the so-called "crisis distillation" of 2 million hectolitres of table wine and 2 million hectolitres of quality wine, while Italy is seeking similarly to transform 3m hectolitres of table wine and 100,000 hectolitres of quality wine.



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