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    • February 2017
      Source: The Telegraph
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      The most Wine per capita: So which country takes the crown? The proud title of most fervent vino guzzler goes to Andorra. According to the Wine Institute, the country consumed 3,936,000 litres of wine in 2014 (the most recent year for which comprehensive statistics are available). Given that just 69,165 people call the Pyrenean principality home, according to the UN, that's an impressive 56.9 litres per head. Or the equivalent of 76 bottles.   The Least Wine per capita: At the other end of the scale are, unsurprisingly, Muslim countries. Pakistan consumes the least per capita: 0.00019 litres. Yemen, Afghanistan, Syria and Bangladesh follow. Three times more wine is consumed in the Falkland Islands (population 2,912) each year (112,000 litres) than in the whole of Pakistan (population 192,826,502).
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