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Future of Wine Consumption in Australia, 200515

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ICD Research

Published Date : Sep 2011

Category :

Alcoholic Beverages

No. of Pages : 87 Pages


Synopsis

Future of Wine Consumption in Australia, 2005 to 2015 is the result of ICD Researchs extensive market research covering the wine industry in Australia. It presents detailed data-driven analysis on wine consumption trends in Australia and historic and forecast wine consumption volumes at market and category level, as well as additional analysis on brand share, color, price and alcoholic strength segments.

This report brings together ICD Research's modelling and analysis expertise in order to develop uniquely detailed market data. This allows domestic and foreign companies to identify key competitors and target segments to account for wine sales overall and to know which categories and segments will be in the ascendency in the coming years.

Summary

This report is the result of ICD Researchs extensive market research covering wine consumption in Australia. It provides detailed historic and forecast data on the consumption of wine in Australia, covering market size, key categories and segments, wine type, color, price and country of origin. The report also includes an analysis of the macro business environment and drivers of the market in Australia.

Scope

This report covers the overall wine industry in Australia and its three product categories: Still Wine, Sparkling Wine and Fortified Wine.

Reasons To Buy

  • This report provides highly granular detail on the wine industry in Australia. It acts as an authoritative guide for any marketer seeking to understand market trends, take the pulse of the market and understand its future direction.
  • In order to produce this comprehensive report, extensive secondary research coupled with in-depth primary interviews with industry experts was conducted. This report allows marketers to devise and fine-tune their strategic and tactical plans.
  • The report provides a complete review of the wine industry in Australia including insights on volume changes, brand dynamics and market share by country of origin along-with changes in product propositions such as premiumisation and wine color.

Key Highlights

The Wines market in Australia has performed well over the last five years growing at CAGR of X.X%, with a market value of US$XXX million in 2010. Furthermore, the market is projected to increase at a CAGR of X.X% reaching US$XXX million in 2015. During the historic period, still wine remained the largest category in volume terms with XX% of market share in 2010.
TABLE OF CONTENT

1 Introduction

1.1 What is this Report About?
1.2 Definitions
1.3 Summary Methodology

2 Australia Wine Market Overview
2.1 Market Dynamics
2.2 Overall Wine Consumption, 200515
2.3 Wine Consumption by Category Overview
2.4 Wine Consumption by Major Brands (Top 10)

3 Australia Still Wine Market
3.1 Market Dynamics & Volume Analysis
3.2 Still Wine Consumption by Category
3.2.1 Overall Consumption by Country of Origin
3.3 Still Wine Market by Color
3.3.1 Market Dynamics by Color
3.3.2 Wine Consumption by Color Type
3.4 Still Wine Market by Price Segment
3.4.1 Market Dynamics by Price Segment
3.4.2 Wine Consumption by Price Segment
3.5 Still Wine by Brands

4 Australia Sparkling Wine Market
4.1 Market Dynamics & Volume Analysis
4.1.1 Sparkling Wine Consumption, 200515
4.2 Sparkling Wine by Category
4.2.1 Sparkling Wine Consumption by Category, 200515
4.2.2 Market Share of Sparkling Wine by Category, 200515
4.3 Sparkling Wine by Brands
4.3.1 Sparkling Wine Brands

5 Australia Fortified Wine Market
5.1 Market Dynamics & Volume Analysis
5.2 Fortified Wine by Category
5.2.1 Port Wine Consumption and Growth Dynamics
5.2.2 Sherry Consumption and Growth Dynamics
5.2.3 Vermouth Consumption and Growth Dynamics
5.3 Fortified Wine by Alcoholic Strength

6 Business Environment and Country Risk
6.1 Business Confidence
6.1.1 Business Confidence Index
6.2 FDI Inflows by Sector
6.3 Economic Performance
6.3.1 GDP at Constant Prices (Base Year 1999-2000)
6.3.2 GDP per Capita at Constant Prices (Base Year 1999-2000)
6.3.3 GDP Split by Key Segments
6.4 Inflation
6.4.1 Exchange Rate US$-AUD (Annual Average)
6.5 Infrastructure Quality and Availability
6.5.1 Transport Passenger Car Penetration
6.5.2 Healthcare - Healthcare Expenditure Per Capita
6.5.3 Communication - Total Internet Subscribers
6.5.4 Communication - Broadband Internet Subscribers
6.5.5 Communication Mobile Phone Penetration Rate
6.6 Labor Force
6.7 Demographic & Social Statistics
6.7.1 Annual Disposable Income
6.7.2 Annual Per Capita Disposable Income
6.7.3 Annual Consumer Expenditure on Food
6.7.4 Urban and Rural Population
6.7.5 Population by Gender
6.7.6 Age Distribution Total Population
6.7.7 No. of Households
6.8 Political and Social Risk
6.8.1 Political Stability
6.8.2 Terrorism Index
6.8.3 Transparency Index

7 Appendix
7.1 Methodology
7.2 Contact us
7.3 About ICD Research
7.4 Disclaimer

List of Table


Table 1: ICD Research Wine Type/Category Definitions
Table 2: Australia Wine Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (200510 & 201015) and future market size (US$m 2015), by category
Table 3: Australia Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Table 4: Australia Per-capita Wine Consumption (liters/head & year-on-year growth), 200515
Table 5: Australia Wine Consumption (Liters m), by Category, 200510
Table 6: Australia Wine Consumption (Liters m), by Category, 201015
Table 7: Australia Wine Consumption, Market Shares (% vol) by Category, 200515
Table 8: Australia Wine Consumption (Liters m), by the Top 10 brands, 200510
Table 9: Australia Wine Consumption (% vol), by the Top 10 brands, 200510
Table 10: Australia Still Wine Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (200510 & 201015) and future market size (US$m 2015), by category
Table 11: Australia Per-capita Wine Consumption (liters/head & year-on-year growth), 200515
Table 12: Australia Still Wine Consumption by Category (% vol), 200515
Table 13: Australia Still Wine Consumption (Liters m), by Country of Origin, 200510
Table 14: Australia Still Wine Consumption Growth (year on year), by Country of Origin, 200510
Table 15: Australia Still Wine Consumption (Liters m), by Country of Origin, 201015
Table 16: Australia Still Wine Consumption Growth (year on year), by Country of Origin, 201015
Table 17: Australia Still Wine Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (200510 & 201015) and future market size (US$m 2015), by color
Table 18: Australia Wine Consumption (Liters m), by color, 200510
Table 19: Australia Wine Consumption (Liters m), by color, 201015
Table 20: Australia Wine Consumption by color (% vol), 200515
Table 21: Australia Still Wine Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (200510 & 201015) and future market size (US$m 2015), by category
Table 22: Australia Still Wine Consumption (Liters m), by price category, 200510
Table 23: Australia Still Wine Consumption (Liters m), by price category, 201015
Table 24: Australia Still Wine Consumption by price category (% vol), 200515
Table 25: Australia Still Wine Consumption (Liters m), by the Top brands, 200510
Table 26: Australia Sparkling Wine Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (200510 & 201015) and future market size (US$m 2015), by category
Table 27: Australia Sparkling Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Per-capita Wine Consumption liters/head), 200515
Table 28: Australia Sparkling Wine Consumption (Liters m), by category, 200510
Table 29: Australia Sparkling Wine Consumption (Liters m), by category, 201015
Table 30: Australia Sparkling Wine Consumption by category (% vol), 200515
Table 31: Australia Sparkling Wine Consumption by the Top brands (Liters m), 200510
Table 32: Australia Sparkling Wine Consumption by the Top brands (Liters m), 200510
Table 33: Australia Fortified Wine Market Dynamics: past and future growth rates (200510 & 201015) and future market size (US$m 2015), by category
Table 34: Australia Fortified Wine Consumption (Liters m), 200515
Table 35: Australia Fortified Wine Consumption (Liters m), by category, 200510
Table 36: Australia Fortified Wine Consumption (Liters m), by category, 201015
Table 37: Australia Fortified Wine Consumption by category, (% vol), 200515
Table 38: Australia Port Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Table 39: Australia Sherry Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Table 40: Australia Vermouth Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Table 41: Australia Fortified Wine Consumption (Liters m), by alcoholic strength, 200510
Table 42: Australia Fortified Wine Consumption (Liters m), by alcoholic strength, 201015
Table 43: Australia Business Confidence Index, 2007-2010
Table 44: Australia FDI Inflows by Sector (US$ bn), 2003-09
Table 45: Australia GDP Value at Constant Prices (US$ bn), 2003-2015
Table 46: Australia GDP Per Capita at Constant Prices (US$), 2003-2015
Table 47: Australia GDP Split by Key Segments (% of GDP), 2003 Vs 2009
Table 48: Australia Inflation (%), 2003-2015
Table 49: Australia Exchange Rate US$-AUD (Annual Average), 200510
Table 50: Passenger Car Penetration in Australia (per 1000 people), 2003-15
Table 51: Per Capita Healthcare Expenditure in Australia (US$), 2003-2015
Table 52: Internet Subscribers in Australia (mn), 2003-2015
Table 53: Broadband Internet Subscribers in Australia (mn), 2003-2015
Table 54: Mobile Phone Penetration in Australia (%), 2003-2015
Table 55: Size of Labor Force in Australia (in 15-59 age group, mn), 2003-15
Table 56: Australia Annual Disposable Income (US$ bn), 2003-15
Table 57: Australia Annual Per Capita Disposable Income (US$), 2003-15
Table 58: Australia Consumer Expenditure on Food (US$ bn), 2003-15
Table 59: Australia Urban and Rural Population (%), 2003-2015
Table 60: Australia Female and Male as % Population, 2003-2015
Table 61: Australia Age-wise Population Distribution (mn), 2003-15
Table 62: No. of Households (mn) in Australia, 2003-15
Table 63: Australia Total Wine Consumption (Liters m), 200515
Table 64: Australia Total Wine Consumption (Liters m), 200515
Table 65: Australia Standard Wine Consumption (Liters m), 200510
Table 66: Australia Standard Wine Consumption (Liters m), 201015
Table 67: Australia Still Wine Brands by Consumption (Liters m), 200515
Table 68: Australia Sparkling Wine Brands by Consumption (Liters m), 200510
Table 69: Australia Still Wine Consumption (Liters m) by Country of Origin, 200510
Table 70: Australia Still Wine Consumption (Liters m) by Country of Origin, 201015
Table 71: Australia Sparkling Wine Consumption (Liters m) by Category, 200510
Table 72: Australia Sparkling Wine Consumption (Liters m) by Category, 201015
Table 73: Australia Fortified Wine Consumption (Liters m), 200510
Table 74: Australia Fortified Wine Consumption (Liters m), 201015
Table 75: Australia Still Wine Consumption by Color (Liters m), 200510
Table 76: Australia Still Wine Consumption by Color (Liters m), 201015
Table 77: Australia Wine Consumption by Price Segment (Liters m), 200510
Table 78: Australia Wine Consumption by Price Segment (Liters m), 201015

List of Chart


Figure 1: Australia Wine Market Dynamics, By Category, 200515
Figure 2: Australia Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 3: Australia Per-capita Wine Consumption (liters/head & year-on-year growth), 200515
Figure 4: Australia Wine Consumption (% vol), by Category, 2010
Figure 5: Australia Wine Consumption (Liters m) by Category, 200515
Figure 6: Australia Wine Consumption Market Shares (% vol) by Category, 200515
Figure 7: Australia Wine Consumption (Liters m), by the Top 10 brands, 200510
Figure 8: Australia Still Wine Market Dynamics, by Category, 200515
Figure 9: Australia Still Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 10: Australia Still Wine Consumption (Liters m) by Category, 200515
Figure 11: Australia Still Wine Consumption by Category (% vol), 200515
Figure 12: Australia: Australian Still Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 13: Australia: Chilean Still Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 14: Australia: French Still Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 15: Australia: German Still Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 16: Australia: Spanish Still Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 17: Australia: Other Still Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 18: Australia: Spanish Still Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 19: Australia: USA Still Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 20: Australia Still Wine Market Dynamics, by Color, 200515
Figure 21: Australia Still Wine Consumption (Liters m), by color 200515
Figure 22: Australia Wine Consumption by color (% vol), 200515
Figure 23: Australia - White Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 24: Australia - Red Wine Consumption (Liters m) Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 25: Australia - Rose Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 26: Australia Wine Market Dynamics By Price Category, 200515
Figure 27: Australia Still Wine Consumption (Liters m), by price category, 200515
Figure 28: Australia Still Wine Consumption (Liters m), by price category, 200515
Figure 29: Australia Still Wine Brands (Liters m), 200515
Figure 30: Australia Sparkling Wine Market Dynamics, By Category, 200515
Figure 31: Australia Sparkling Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 32: Australia Sparkling Wine Consumption (Liters m) by category, 200515
Figure 33: Australia Sparkling Wine Consumption by category (% vol), 200515
Figure 34: Australia Fortified Wine Market Dynamics, By Category, 200515
Figure 35: Australia Fortified Wine Consumption (Liters mm) and Growth (year on year), 200515
Figure 36: Australia Fortified Wine Consumption (Liters m) by category, 200515
Figure 37: Fortified Wine Consumption by category (% vol), 200515
Figure 38: Port Wine Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year),, 200510
Figure 39: Sherry Consumption (Liters m, %) and Growth (year on year), 200510
Figure 40: Vermouth Consumption (Liters m) and Growth (year on year), 200510
Figure 41: Australia Business Confidence Index, 2007-2010
Figure 42: Australia FDI Inflows by Sector (US$ bn), 2003-09
Figure 43: Australia GDP Value at Constant Prices (US$ bn), 2003-2015
Figure 44: Australia GDP Per Capita at Constant Prices (US$), 2003-2015
Figure 45: Australia GDP Split by Key Segments (% of GDP), 2003 Vs 2009
Figure 46: Australia Inflation (%), 2003-2015
Figure 47: Australia Exchange Rate US$-AUD (Annual Average), 200510
Figure 48: Passenger Car Penetration in Australia (per 1000 people), 2003-15
Figure 49: Per Capita Healthcare Expenditure in Australia (US$), 2003-2015
Figure 50: Internet Subscribers in Australia (mn), 2003-2015
Figure 51: Broadband Internet Subscribers in Australia (mn), 2003-2015
Figure 52: Mobile Phone Penetration in Australia (%), 2003-2015
Figure 53: Size of Labor Force in Australia (in 15-59 age group, mn), 2003-15
Figure 54: Australia Annual Disposable Income (US$ bn), 2003-15
Figure 55: Australia Annual Per Capita Disposable Income (US$), 2003-15
Figure 56: Australia Consumer Expenditure on Food (US$ bn), 2003-15
Figure 57: Australia Urban and Rural Population (%), 2003-2015
Figure 58: Australia Female and Male as % Population, 2003-2015
Figure 59: Australia Age-wise Population Distribution (%), 2003-15
Figure 60: No. of Households (mn) in Australia, 2003-15
Figure 61: Global Terrorism Heat Map, 2009
Figure 62: Australia Transparency Index, 2003-2009

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