Wine lovers around the world are debating the best white wine in the world, and the answer can be found in France.
The country of France, home to one of the world’s largest white wine producers, has been celebrating its 150th anniversary.
The country has a long history of making white wines and in the late 1700s, its wines were the most expensive in the European Union.
But this trend has been falling off over the last decade.
France has produced about 40% of the global market for white wines, according to the International Wine and Spirits Federation.
A survey conducted by the French Wine Institute found that France had the highest number of white wines sold in Europe last year, with nearly 1.7 million bottles sold.
In the United States, there were 1.6 million white wines in 2013.
French wine aficionados love their white wines.
There are more than 200 French wineries, including a large number of small ones.
In 2016, the country produced more than $50 billion in wine exports, making it the fifth-largest wine exporter in the World.
According to the wine industry association in France, in the past decade, the demand for white wine has declined in France and is projected to fall further in 2017.
But there are still more white wines to be had than the number of people.
A 2014 report by the National Wine Institute estimated that more than 3.3 million bottles of white wine were sold in France in 2016, more than any other country in Europe.
The number of wine bars and restaurants is increasing as well.
In 2012, French restaurants, pubs and bars were known for serving up French classics.
But since then, the number has been increasing and now accounts for about 6.5 million people.
A large number the French wine world, a trend that continues to rise in popularity.
According the report, more and more white wine lovers are looking for more adventurous, local wines.
Some of the top restaurants in France include Le Corbusier, La Pérante and La Dèsseur.
French consumers also are buying more wine with their pocketbooks.
According to the Association of Wine Clubs of France (AWCF), a wine club that has more than 1,400 members, in 2016 there were 2.7 billion euros ($2.7) in annual wine sales.
It is the fifth largest source of income in the country.
According a 2014 report published by the Association for the Study of Wine, the trend in wine prices is rising worldwide, as consumers are buying less wine and paying more for it.
A WCF report predicts that by 2021, consumers in the United Kingdom will be paying an average of nearly 10% more for their wine than they did a decade ago.