Romania’s wine production should reach record levels this year, increasing 79 percent on 2012 to 6 million hectoliters, according to recent estimates by International Organization of Vine and Wine (OVI), a press release informs. Globally, 2013 has seen the viticulture world return to 2006 levels, with production of about 281 million hectoliters expected this year. Spain recorded a high level of wine production, with more than 40 million hectoliters, while Italy, with 45 million hectoliters, has produced 2 percent more than in 2012. There was also an increase of 7 percent in France (44 million hectoliters) and in Portugal (6.7 million hectoliters). Locally, following a few years of low yields, Romania joined Chile (12.8 million hectoliters) and New Zealand (2.5 million hectoliters) in recording record production. The data, released by OVI, said Romania recorded the most significant relative recovery.