Global Champagne and sparkling wine insights - market forecasts, product innovation and consumer trends

Global Champagne and sparkling wine insights - market forecasts, product innovation and consumer trends

Published: April 2017
Publisher: just-drinks / IWSR Insights
Product ref: 275722
Pages: 171
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Champagne leads growth 

Sparkling wine consumption, including Champagne, grew by 0.3% in 2015. Champagne outperformed non-Champagne sparklers, which represents a turnaround of the recent trend.

Prestige gains: In 2015 Champagne enjoyed continued gains in the US, Japan and Australia, while its leading export market, the UK, also returned to growth for the first time in at least five years. Here, its success was largely down to promotional activity during the Christmas period and less shelf space being given to prosecco.

Good times?: The received wisdom is that, when the good times roll, so do the bubbles. This is borne out by a general rise in Champagne consumption over the past 20 years, punctuated by two ‘boom’ periods: pre-millennium and just before the global financial crisis of 2008.

Devil in the detail: But to truly understand the global Champagne market, you have to investigate the detail: France accounts for more than half (52.8%) of consumption, but that still makes this the second most international sparkling wine category (behind Italian sparkling).

Prosecco boom: Prosecco is the global success story in sparkling wine at the moment, driven by a consumer thirst for ‘affordable luxury’ and an easy-to-understand, fruity flavour profile that works across different geographies and demographics.

Senior industry executives contributed to the research and provided some interesting views on the state of the sector:

Julie Campos, MD, Nicolas Feuillatte: "Sparkling wine consumption is increasing tremendously and, to be honest, it’s not increasing because of Champagne, but because of increased consumption of prosecco, cava, Tasmanian sparkling and Californian sparkling wines."

Myriam Renard, export manager, Pommery: "Our activity in Europe, including France [in the first half of 2016], is even slightly higher than last year. We are, of course, satisfied, but not triumphant, as those performances are partly due to a stronger promotional programme and more activities with our [retail] partners than in the previous year in the travel-retail channel."

This report has been jointly published between just-drinks and The IWSR

What's inside this market research report:

This all-new report aims to deliver the most vital Champagne and sparkling wine data, insights, forecasts and strategic drivers in an easy-to-use package.

Our experienced drinks industry specialists have summarised the global market conditions for the Champagne and sparkling wine category, regions and markets.

The very latest market forecast data and brand market shares for Champagne and sparkling wine are provided, offering an instant view on the most important and interesting markets for the coming five years.

The report provides a short-form, visual view of future Champagne and sparkling wine market growth hotspots, consumer drivers, product trends, plus a review of recent brands' and owners' rankings across the world.

Each key market is covered with much of our analysts' deeper insight being exclusive to this report.

Why this market research report is essential:

We’ve taken a fresh look at how to deliver wine and spirits category insight. This market review series is focused on providing actionable insights backed up by strategic-level data.

Discover the essentials for your business, and what will drive profit and growth. Grab the facts and use them - instantly.

Use this report to gain an instant view on the category with its:

  • Strategic drivers of leading markets, consumers and product innovation
  • Future category growth hotspots - visualised
  • Largest and fastest growing markets, brands and owners ranked by volume and value
  • Interviews from leading brand owners

The following analysis and data is included:

Analysis:

The analysis is unique to these reports and cannot be found in other just-drinks or IWSR products.

Beginning with global insights, we provide:

  • A round-up of Champagne and sparkling wine market conditions, including 'key views'; our analysts' views of the short-term future and likely strategies brand owners might adopt
  • Visual heatmap for the category's future growth hotspots around the world
  • The important consumer trends and insights for the category, including our analysts' key views
  • Latest product strategies, packaging and flavours, plus what's shaping trends around NPD. Once again, backed up with our analysts' key views
  • Recent brands' and owner market shares, rankings, performance and activity
  • All supported by exclusive quotes from major brand owners

The second half of the report covers the recent performance of each category, region and its major markets. The analysis is category-specific and exclusive to this report.

Our unique analysis tool: 'key views'

  • Review: we summarise the global market situation, product innovation and consumer drivers
  • Insight: we highlight salient points gained from our drinks analysts' many years of industry experience
  • Future: in as few words as possible, we outline the short-term outlook across markets, product innovation and consumer drivers
  • Strategy: we aim to convey what this insight means for you and summarise recommended future strategy

Data:

World view dashboard containing:

  • 2011-2015 CAGRs for each region's volume
  • Top three brand owners' volume market shares per region
  • Fastest growing brand per region
  • Regions: Asia Pacific, Americas, Europe, Africa & Middle East, CIS, Travel retail

2016 to 2021 forecast ranking tables for the top 20 Champagne and sparkling wine markets and the top 20 largest growing markets, over the period.

Ranking tables showing top Champagne and sparkling wine markets' 2011 to 2015 volumes, plus CAGRs.

Ranking table showing top 20 brands' (and their owners) 2011 to 2015 volumes, plus CAGRs and % share.

The same, but for retail value instead of volume, to show comparison of volume against value.

Then, for each of the major countries:

  • Top brands' volumes and total country volumes for the category, '11-'15, plus 2011 and 2015 shares
  • Top companies' retail values and total country values, '11-'15, plus '11 and '15 shares
  • 2011 and 2015 share by quality for each of these countries

This report will help you and your company by:

  • Delivering only the most important global strategic business information
  • Providing short-from, punchy insights aimed at specific teams
  • Gaining insider quotes directly from competitor brand producers
  • Benchmarking strategic plans using our drinks industry specialist insight
  • Instantly recognising future category growth using our visual summaries
  • Quickly ranking the most critical global markets, brands and owners

Essential insight - in one quick-to-use package

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By sector: Trends, Consumer (in Trends), Champagne (in Wine & Champagne), Wine (in Wine & Champagne)

By market: Global


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