You can find on this page the Morocco wine map to print and to download in PDF. The Morocco wine regions map presents the vineyards and wine growing areas of Morocco in Africa.
The Morocco wine map shows all wine growing areas of Morocco. This wine regions map of Morocco will allow you to easily localize all appellations and main grape varieties in Morocco in Africa. The Morocco vineyards map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Morocco is divided into 5 wine regions as its mentioned in Morocco wine map. Within these wine regions are a total of 14 areas with Appellation d'Origine Garantie (AOG) status 2001. In 2012 the single Appellation d'Origine Protégée (AOP) was updated, Côteaux de l'Atlas 1er Cru (Atlas hills). The 5 wine regions include: The East: Beni Sadden AOG, Berkane AOG, Angad AOG. Meknès / Fès region: Guerrouane AOG, Beni M'tir AOG, Saiss AOG, Zerhoune AOG, Coteaux de l’Atlas 1er Cru AOP. The Northern Plain: Gharb AOG, Rabat/Casablanca Region, Chellah AOG, Zemmour AOG, Zaër AOG, Zenatta AOG, Sahel AOG. El-Jadida Region: Doukkala AOG.
The best-known area of wine production in Morocco is around Meknes as you can see in Morocco wine map, making a tasting trip or a meal with accompanying wines at a vineyard a great addition to an excursion to Volubilis, or an easy excursion from the Imperial Cities of Fez or Meknes. The Meknes vineyards are built on the sunny slopes of the Middle Atlas Mountains which are cooled by their altitude. The next most significant region is around the Rabat/Casablanca metropolitan area, also a popular destination for tourists given their significance as the Moroccan capital (Rabat) and its economic hub (Casablanca).
Morocco has 14 wine regions centred around Meknes, Casablanca, Agadir, Boulaouane, Fes, Kenitra, Marrakech, Melilla, Ouarzazate, Rabat, Safi, Sidi Ifni, Tangier and Tetouan as its shown in Morocco wine map. Becoming more famous are the vineyards in Benslimane, Berkane and Guerrouane. Current annual output stands at more than 40 million bottles of wine, making Morocco the second largest producer in the Arab world, the largest being Algeria. 85% of production is consumed by the domestic market, leaving 15% which is exported, mainly in France.