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By | 26 November 2010

Here's a run-down of some of the top research reports currently available in the just-drinks research store.

  • IWSR Forecast Report 2010 - Trend Forecasts to 2015

Based on an in-depth experience of local markets, the IWSR's Forecast Report 2010-2015 analyses current and future trends for all wine and spirits categories. The report covers 54 countries and includes detailed explanations as to why and how trends have been forecast and what factors are currently important in the market. The report also features a detailed global summary, including global category totals and an analysis of all quality segments (super-premium, premium, standard and value). 

This report is also available in regional sections. It is also possible for us to provide other extractions from the available data. If you are interested in only one specific drinks category or individual country, you do not need to purchase a whole report. Please contact the research team on (00) +441527 573604 to discuss your requirements.

IWSR Forecast Report 2010 - Trend Forecasts to 2015. (Full Report)

The IWSR’s Forecast Report 2010-2015 – Asia is taken from the full global Forecast Report 2010-2015, which analyses current and future trends for all wine and spirits categories, RTDs and beer. Some key findings from the report: India and China are expected to be the two fastest-growing markets for spirits globally, China’s Cognac market is forecast to grow 4.6% by 2015, India and Japan will be the leading growth markets for whisk(e)y between 2009 and 2015 and Thailand will be the fastest declining.

The IWSR’s Forecast Report 2010-2015 – Europe includes in-depth analysis of 30 key markets in Europe. Austria, Belgium and Luxembourg, Bulgaria, Canary Islands, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the Ukraine and the UK.

The IWSR’s Forecast Report 2010-2015 – The Americas includes details on how the vodka market in the US continues to develop grow. It also looks at how the bitters category in Argentina is expected to gain over 1.7m cases between 2009 and 2015 and that all spirits categories are expected to grow during the forecast period in the US, gaining over 18.5m cases.

The cachaça category has been widely-tipped by industry experts as an up-and-coming international spirits category. Although cachaça’s international progress remains limited to date certainly the sector ticks many of the necessary boxes for potential success. This latest report from just-drinks/IWSR analyses the category's drivers.

This new report offers the latest comprehensive market figures and in-depth analysis of the mains-fed water cooler industry in the US. Point of use has emerged as a key competitor to bottled water coolers, particularly in the commercial sector, offering American consumers a more convenient and many claim, a 'greener' and cheaper source of filtered water.

The latest edition of this report provides a global review of the Champagne market. It's an essential guide to understanding the sector by reviewing the history and events since the previous publication. It considers the various decisions made in response to a worsening crisis, analyses the rationale behind them and looks to a more optimistic future. The report also looks at emerging markets, environmental concerns, EU policy and the threat poised to appellation extension plans.

The continuous growth of sparkling wine has been one of the less well-publicised developments of the wine world. This market has risen by around 2.6% CAGR between 2004 and 2009 to reach 169.2m nine-litre cases last year. Even in the throes of the global recession, sparkling wine outperformed most global categories. This report reviews the key trends that have driven the category's success and provides detailed market data and supporting analysis.

Sectors: Beer & cider, Soft drinks, Spirits, Water, Wine

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