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Wine production in 2012 was 780 7699 hectolitres of bulk wine and 159 019 hectolitres of bottled wine.
For instance, annual duty free quotas of 4,300 hectolitres of wine; 2,000 hectolitres of Vermouth and other aromatic wines; and 2,000 hectolitres of grape spirit will be created.
According to The Times newspaper, European taxpayers would then be expected to meet the remaining Fr640 million that it would cost to buy 500 million hectolitres of unsold wine.
With a total volume of 109 million hectolitres Heineken ranks second in the world beer market in profitability.
914 per hectolitre times the percentage of alcohol by volume (abv) and 100,000 hl of quality wine at Euro 2.
914 per hectolitre multiplied by a wine's abv percentage being handed over to producers facing a wine glut.
The brewery, located in Karlsruhe, had a sales volume of 200,000 hectolitres in 2003 and employs 86 people.
The company had a sales volume of 700,000 hectolitre in 2003 and operates one brewery in Donaueschingen with a production capacity of 1 million hectolitre.