The Netherlands market accounts for nearly 3% of the Western European still wine market size. The market registered a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.5% during 2017-22 and 5% growth over 2021. According to GlobalData’s deep-dive analysis report, the Netherlands still wine market databook, red wine accounted for a notable share of 49% among various still wine segments in the market in 2022, followed by white wine. The report also provides in-depth analysis and market forecast to 2027. Buy the report here.
According to GlobalData’s company and brand analysis, Les Grands Chais de France, Accolade Wines and Bodegas Bererana held significant shares in the Netherlands still wine market in 2022. Concurrently, J.P. Chenet, Berberana and Undurraga led in terms of brand market share. Les Grands Chais de France had the leading market share by volume in 2022. Companies operating in the Netherlands still wine market continue to use innovation to target gaps in product offering. Continuous tracking of market size and company performance is important to help competitors capture and maximize profits.
GlobalData’s channel analysis reveals that hypermarkets & supermarkets were the key channel of purchase for still wine, along with on trade. Also, food & drinks specialists recorded a notable growth during the COVID-19 pandemic, as consumers were forced to stay at home due to restricted movement opportunities.
Hypermarkets & supermarkets constituted the highest market share by volume in 2022. Consumers preferred this channel for its product assortment and competitive pricing. On trade was the next preferred channel in the Netherlands market.
Among the top Western European markets, Portugal accounted for the highest volume share in 2022, followed by Italy, Greece, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, France, Belgium, Spain, Republic of Ireland, Norway, Germany, the UK, and Finland.
With a growing number of consumers seeking to experiment with novel products, manufacturers and brands need to constantly innovate their flavours and formulations to remain relevant and competitive. Additionally, the popularity of e-commerce has made it easier for shoppers to compare product features and offerings across different brands.
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