The post recessionary face of the West European wine market
Over supply, global recession, austerity measures and higher taxes are all having consequences for the West European wine industry. Add in changes in consumer buying patterns, the rise in at-home consumption, general changes in wine tastes and innovation within the category and you are left wondering what the future prospects are for the industry.
just-drinks is delighted to announce the publication of this brand new title to add to its research portfolio. The report investigates the wine markets of the seventeen markets comprising the defined region of West Europe (see list below) from both a wine production and wine consumption view point.
The critical factors affecting each market are analysed at individual country level providing insight into current dynamics and how they have changed over the last few years. Coverage is from 2005 to the present day with forecasts up to and including 2015.
There are individual chapters on:
The impact of climate change
Innovations and green issues
Retail vs. on-premise wine trends
Legislation and the added impact of recession
Duties and taxes
Shifts in population and consumer tastes
The report also lists the leading suppliers within the traditional wine producing countries and concludes with profiles of 5 of the leading ones.
To complement the text, you will find the report rich in data including wine of fresh grapes, production and consumption per country, 2005-2015 (‘000 Hectolitres) and consumption of still vs sparkling wines by country. Consumption of still light wine of fresh grapes by colour in each country is also included.
Exports of the main producing countries and imports by country also help to build a complete picture of the markets.
Furthermore you will find wine distribution – Off-premise percentage volume share by country, 2005-2015 and wine as a percentage volume share of the alcohol market.
All this data and just over 15,000 words result in a comprehensive guide to a region steeped in the tradition of viticulture.
• Republic of Ireland
Table of contents
Chapter 1 The effect of oversupply and the West European wine industry
Chapter 2 Leading suppliers within traditional wine producing countries
Chapter 3 The impact of climate change
Chapter 4 External competition
Chapter 5 Innovation in the wine industry
Chapter 6 Domestic wine demand in Western Europe
Chapter 7 Retail vs. on-premise wine trends across Western Europe
Chapter 8 Legislation and the added impact of recession
Chapter 9 Duties, taxes and legislation
Chapter 10 Shifts in population and consumer tastes
Chapter 11 Company profiles
List of tables
Table 1: Wine of fresh grapes (production) per country, 2005-2015 (‘000 Hectolitres)
Table 2: Area under vine (Including table grapes) per country, 2005-2015 (Hectares)
Table 3: Wine of fresh grape - exports of main producing countries, 2005-2015 (% Volume)
Table 4: Wine of fresh grape - imports by country, 2005-2015 (% Volume)
Table 5: Wine of fresh grapes, consumption by country, 2005-2015 (‘000 Hectolitres)
Table 6: Wine of fresh grapes, consumption of still vs sparkling wines by country, 2005-2015 (‘000 Hectolitres)
Table 7: Still light wine of fresh grapes, consumption by colour in country, 2005-2015 (‘000 Hectolitres)
Table 8: Wine distribution – Off-premise % volume share by country, 2005-2015
Table 9: Wine legislation - west european countries
Table 10: Wine % volume share of alcohol market (wines, beer, spirits) by country, 2005-2015
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