The decline after World War I

Through the annex of South Tyrol to Italy after World War I, the entire wine industry of the country records significant, in some cases even a devastating market loss. Despite all the effort, the sparkling wine production comes to a standstill primarily for economic reasons, although the South Tyrolean grapes continue to be very popular because of their great quality and are used by northern Italian producers for their sparkling wines.

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