Global Wine Market Analysed & Forecast by in Topical Report Published at

16 Oct 2013 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – During 2007-2011, the global consumption of still light wines and sparkling wines grew by nearly 2.79%, reaching around 32 billion bottles in 2011. In the same year, sparkling wines accounted for around 7.7% of the overall wine consumption. France, the US, Russia and Germany are the major country markets for sparkling wine. Red wine accounted for more than 54.5% share of all still light wines consumed in 2011.

The world consumption is poised to exceed 34.48 billion bottles by 2016. Sparkling wine consumption is forecast to increase by just over 8.5% during 2011-2016. During the same time period, global red wine consumption is expected to grow by over 9%, whilst the consumption of white wines is likely to increase only by approximately 2.74% through 2016.

Topical research report “Global Wine Market to 2017 - Market Size, Growth, Forecasts and Leading Companies in Over 50 Countries” prepared by offers an insightful guide to the worldwide wine market.

The report discloses vital information on the market size and trends at the global level and for over 50 different countries individually, as well as for the key product categories; evaluates the market’s attractiveness and growth potential; offers in-depth insights into the competitive environment. The research provides elaborate profiles of the leading market players, including company names, contact details, key executives and the number of employees, and comprehensive financial information. The report grants access to the historical and current industry data, plus a five-year forecast.

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Global Wine Market to 2017 - Market Size, Growth, Forecasts and Leading Companies in Over 50 Countries
Published: July, 2013
Price: US$ 2,594.00 

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