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Global Wine Industry Forecast (2011-2015)

Published By :

Synergyst

Published Date : Mar 2012

Category :

Alcoholic Beverages

No. of Pages : 149 Pages


In the last two decades, the worldwide wine industry has become increasingly internationalized and sophisticated, though over the years, the market has become fragmented, multilingual, operating in many currencies, and informationintensive. The wine industry globally faces continued shakeup and consolidation and the generation of mega wine companies has become inevitable. There has also been a shift in the major wine production centers – while production in Europe is declining, countries like Australia, Chile and China are emerging as new export hubs. Since 2008, the global wine business has suffered severely due to recession along with the fact that global consumption showing downward trends and production levels have stagnated. 

According to early estimates, global wine production is likely to fall further in 2010 with declining production in United States, Europe and Australia. This may reduce the demand and supply gap that has been created over the last few years and as a result may impact the wine prices. “Global Wine Industry Forecast (20112015)” report from Synergyst provides an indepth analysis of the wine industry world over with comprehensive evaluation of leading markets.

Report Coverage and Highlights

  • Global wine production and consumption is analyzed in detail with current statistics and projections for vineyard area, grapes production, wine production and consumption and data on international wine trade.
  • Trends in the Global wine markets are examined using SWOT analysis and Porter’s Five Forces analysis.
  • Country wise demand and supply trends are discussed for 10 leading countries Argentina, Australia, Chile, China, France, Germany, Italy, South Africa, Spain, United States,
  • Also presented are the detailed profiles of leading wine companies including Bacardi, BrownForman, Constellation Brands, LVMH, Pernod Ricard and Fosters Group
TABLE OF CONTENT

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
a. Key Takeaways
b. Report Coverage
c. Research Methodology
d. Industry Definition

II. GLOBAL WINE INDUSTRY
a. Global Wine Industry Revenues (2005-2015)
b. Global Vineyard Area (2005-2015)
c. Global Grapes Production (2005-2015)
d. Global Wine Production (2005-2015)
e. Global Wine Consumption (2005-2015)
f. Global Wine Trade - Export/Import (2005-2015)
i. Global Wine Exports
ii. Global Wine Imports

III. SWOT ANALYSIS OF GLOBAL WINE INDUSTRY

IV. PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS OF GLOBAL WINE INDUSTRY
a. Intensity of Competitive Rivalry
b. Bargaining Power of the Buyer
c. Bargaining Power of the Supplier
d. Threats of New Entrants
e. Threats of Substitutes

V. FACTORS AFFECTING GROWTH
a. Key Market Trends and Drivers
b. Issues and Challenges

VI. WINE INDUSTRY IN ARGENTINA
a. Vineyard Area in Argentina (2005-2015)
b. Grapes Production in Argentina (2005-2015)
c. Wine Production in Argentina (2005-2015)
d. Wine Consumption in Argentina (2005-2015)
e. Wine Trade in Argentina – Export/Import (2005-2015)

VII. WINE INDUSTRY IN AUSTRALIA
a. Vineyard Area in Australia (2005-2015)
b. Grapes Production in Australia (2005-2015)
c. Wine Production in Australia (2005-2015)
d. Wine Consumption in Australia (2005-2015)
e. Wine Trade in Australia – Export/Import (2005-2015)

VIII. WINE INDUSTRY IN CHILE
a. Vineyard Area in Chile (2005-2015)
b. Grapes Production in Chile (2005-2015)
c. Wine Production in Chile (2005-2015)
d. Wine Consumption in Chile (2005-2015)
e. Wine Trade in Chile – Export/Import (2005-2015)

IX. WINE INDUSTRY IN CHINA
a. Vineyard Area in China (2005-2015)
b. Grapes Production in China (2005-2015)
c. Wine Production in China (2005-2015)
d. Wine Consumption in China (2005-2015)
e. Wine Trade in China – Export/Import (2005-2015)

X. WINE INDUSTRY IN FRANCE
a. Vineyard Area in France (2005-2015)
b. Grapes Production in France (2005-2015)
c. Wine Production in France (2005-2015)
d. Wine Consumption in France (2005-2015)
e. Wine Trade in France – Export/Import (2005-2015)

XI. WINE INDUSTRY IN GERMANY
a. Vineyard Area in Germany (2005-2015)
b. Grapes Production in Germany (2005-2015)
c. Wine Production in Germany (2005-2015)
d. Wine Consumption in Germany (2005-2015)
e. Wine Trade in Germany – Export/Import (2005-2015)

XII. WINE INDUSTRY IN ITALY
a. Vineyard Area in Italy (2005-2015)
b. Grapes Production in Italy (2005-2015)
c. Wine Production in Italy (2005-2015)
d. Wine Consumption in Italy (2005-2015)
e. Wine Trade in Italy – Export/Import (2005-2015)

XIII. WINE INDUSTRY IN SOUTH AFRICA
a. Vineyard Area in South Africa (2005-2015)
b. Grapes Production in South Africa (2005-2015)
c. Wine Production in South Africa (2005-2015)
d. Wine Consumption in South Africa (2005-2015)
e. Wine Trade in South Africa – Export/Import (2005-2015)

XIV. WINE INDUSTRY IN SPAIN
a. Vineyard Area in Spain (2005-2015)
b. Grapes Production in Spain (2005-2015)
c. Wine Production in Spain (2005-2015)
d. Wine Consumption in Spain (2005-2015)
e. Wine Trade in Spain – Export/Import (2005-2015)

XV. WINE INDUSTRY IN UNITED STATES
a. Vineyard Area in United States (2005-2015)
b. Grapes Production in United States (2005-2015)
c. Wine Production in United States (2005-2015)
d. Wine Consumption in United States (2005-2015)
e. Wine Trade in United States – Export/Import (2005-2015)

XVI. WINE INDUSTRY IN OTHER MARKETS
a. Portugal
b. Russia
c. Romania
d. Turkey
e. India

XVII. COST ANALYSIS OF GLOBAL WINE INDUSTRY

XVIII. COMPANY PROFILES
a. Bacardi Limited
b. Brown-Forman Corporation
c. Castle Brands Inc.
d. Constellation Brands, Inc.
e. Robert Mondavi Wines
f. Accolade Wines Australia Limited
g. E.&J. Gallo Winery
h. LVMH Moët Hennessy - Louis Vuitton S.A.
i. Remy Cointreau Group
j. Pernod-Ricard SA
k. Fosters Group Limited
l. Vina Concha y Toro

XIX. APPENDIX AND GLOSSARY
a. Consolidated Statistics
b. Glossary of Terms

List of Table


Table 1: Porter Five Forces Factors and Intensity Analysis
Table 2: Portugal Wine Production, Supply and Demand Trends (2010-2012)
Table 3: Wine Consumption in Russia by Category (2005-2015)
Table 4: Total Vineyard Area in Romania (2006-2010)
Table 5: World Vineyard Area by Country (2005-2015)
Table 6: World Wine Grape Production by Country (2005-2015)
Table 7: World Wine Production by Country (2005-2015)
Table 8: World Wine Consumption by Country (2005-2015)
Table 9: World Wine Export by Country (2005-2015)
Table 10: World Wine Import by Country (2005-2015)

List of Chart


Figure 1: Global Wine Industry Revenues Forecast (2005-2015)
Figure 2: Global Vineyard Area Forecast (2005-2015)
Figure 3: Global Wine Grape Production Forecast (2005-2015)
Figure 4: Global Wine Production Forecast (2005-2015)
Figure 5: Market Share of Major Wine Producing Countries (2011)
Figure 6: Global Wine Consumption Forecast (2005-2015)
Figure 7: Market Share of Major Wine Consuming Countries (2011)
Figure 8: Global Wine Export Forecast by Volume (2005-2015)
Figure 9: Global Wine Export Forecast by Value (2005-2015)
Figure 10: Top Wine Exporting Countries and their Market Share (2011)
Figure 11: Global Wine Import Forecast by Volume (2005-2015)
Figure 12: Global Wine Import Forecast by Value (2005-2015)
Figure 13: Top Wine Importing Countries and their Market Share (2011)
Figure 14: SWOT Analysis of Global Wine Industry
Figure 15: Global Wine Industry - Porter Five Forces Analysis
Figure 16: Total Vineyard Area in Argentina (2005-2015)
Figure 17: Regional Share of Vineyard and Planted Area (2011)
Figure 18: Wine Grapes Production in Argentina (2005-2015)
Figure 19: Wine Production in Argentina (2005-2015)
Figure 20: Wine Consumption in Argentina (2005-2015)
Figure 21: Wine Export by Argentina (2005-2015)
Figure 22: Leading Markets for Argentine Wine Exports (2010)
Figure 23: Wine Import by Argentina (2005-2015)
Figure 24: Total Vineyard Area in Australia (2005-2015)
Figure 25: Wine Grapes Production in Australia (2005-2015)
Figure 26: Wine Production in Australia (2005-2015)
Figure 27: Wine Consumption in Australia (2005-2015)
Figure 28: Wine Export by Australia (2005-2015)
Figure 29: Wine Import by Australia (2005-2015)
Figure 30: Total Vineyard Area in Chile (2005-2015)
Figure 31: Wine Grapes Production in Chile (2005-2015)
Figure 32: Wine Production in Chile (2005-2015)
Figure 33: Wine Consumption in Chile (2005-2015)
Figure 34: Wine Export by Chile (2005-2015)
Figure 35: Wine Export by Chile: By Wine Type (2011)
Figure 36: Wine Export by Chile: By Destination Country (2011)
Figure 37: Wine Imports by Chile (2005-2015)
Figure 38: Total Vineyard Area in China (2005-2015)
Figure 39: Grape Wine Production in China (02005-2015)
Figure 40: Wine Production in China (2005-2015)
Figure 41: Wine Consumption in China (2005-2015)
Figure 42: Wine Imports by China (2005-2015)
Figure 43: Wine Imports by Chine: By Country of Origin (2011)
Figure 44: Wine Exports by China (2005-2015)
Figure 45: Total Vineyard Area in France (2005-2015)
Figure 46: Wine Grapes Production in France (2005-2015)
Figure 47: Wine Production in France (2005-2015)
Figure 48: Wine Consumption in France (2005-2015)
Figure 49: Wine Export by France (2005-2015)
Figure 50: Wine Import by France (2005-2015)
Figure 51: Total Vineyard Area in Germany (2005-2015)
Figure 52: Wine Grapes Production in Germany (2005-2015)
Figure 53: Wine Production in Germany (2005-2015)
Figure 54: Wine Consumption in Germany (2005-2015)
Figure 55: Wine Export by Germany (2005-2015)
Figure 56: Wine Import by Germany (2005-2015)
Figure 57: Total Vineyard Area in Italy (2005-2015)
Figure 58: Wine Grapes Production in Italy (2005-2015)
Figure 59: Wine Production in Italy (2005-2015)
Figure 60: Wine Consumption in Italy (2005-2015)
Figure 61: Wine Export by Italy (2005-2015)
Figure 62: Wine Exports by Italy: By Destination Country (2010)
Figure 63: Wine Import by Italy (2005-2015)
Figure 64: Total Vineyard Area in South Africa (2005-2015)
Figure 65: Wine Grapes Production in South Africa (2005-2015)
Figure 66: Wine Production in South Africa (2005-2015)
Figure 67: Wine Consumption in South Africa (2005-2015)
Figure 68: Wine Export by South Africa (2005-2015)
Figure 69: Germany Wine Exports: By Destination Country (2010)
Figure 70: Wine Import by South Africa (2005-2015)
Figure 71: Total Vineyard Area in Spain (2005-2015)
Figure 72: Wine Grapes Production in Spain (2005-2015)
Figure 73: Wine Production in Spain (2005-2015)
Figure 74: Wine Consumption in Spain (2005-2015)
Figure 75: Wine Export by Spain (2005-2015)
Figure 76: Wine Import by Spain (2005-2015)
Figure 77: Total Vineyard Area in United States (2005-2015)
Figure 78: Wine Grapes Production in United States (2005-2015)
Figure 79: Wine Production in United States (2005-2015)
Figure 80: Wine Consumption in United States (2005-2015)
Figure 81: Wine Export by United States (2005-2015)
Figure 82: Wine Import by United States (2005-2015)
Figure 83: Wine Consumption in Russia (2005-2015)
Figure 84: Russian Wine Market Size (2005-2015)
Figure 85: Wine Grapes Production in Romania (2006-2010)
Figure 86: Wine Production in Romania (2006-2010)
Figure 87: Wine Grape Production in Turkey (2005-2010)
Figure 88: Wine Exports by Turkey (2006-2010)
Figure 89: Wine Consumption in India (2005-2015)
Figure 90: Wine Imports by India (2005-2015)
Figure 91: Wine Industry Cost Analysis - Share of Various Cost Components

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