Wine production in the UK has enjoyed robust growth in recent years, underpinned by rising demand for English and Welsh sparkling wine. Warmer than average weather early in the period boosted grape yields and wine quality, helping winemakers produce world-class sparkling wines. At the same time, growing demand for locally produced, high-quality food and beverages has driven sales of UK-produced wine, with demand far outstripping supply. After a strong year in 2012-13, the industry is expected to record slower growth in 2013-14 as a sharp decline in production caused by extremely wet weather in 2011 and 2012 begins to catch up with the industry.
Although wine has been produced in the United Kingdom since Roman times, wine making has been little more than a hobby during modern times. During the past decade however, a number of major international awards caused the world to taken notice of English wine. Wine is produced in the south and south east of the country and is mainly of sparkling wine in the Champagne style. During the past five years, the industry has enjoyed robust growth, underpinned by rising domestic and international interest in English wine. Warmer than average weather for much of the past decade improved grape yields and wine quality, helping winemakers produce sparkling wines to rival any on the continent.
Warmer than average weather for much of the past decade improved grape yields and wine quality, helping winemakers produce sparkling wines that won a host of international awards. Interest in UK-produced sparkling wine has been helped by favorable weather conditions and rising demand for quality food and wine. Strong sales growth has driven new players to enter the industry and resulted in existing winemakers boosting production to meet demand. The UK wine industry displays a low level of market share concentration. The top four producers account for less than 15% of industry revenue in 2012-13.
Aruvian's R'search presents a research report on Analyzing the Wine Industry in UK. The report covers the basics of wine, all you would need to know about wines, an overview of the global wine industry, including a SWOT Framework Analysis and a Porter’s Five Forces Strategy Analysis, market statistics, production/consumption data, and much more.
Moving on to section 2, the report analyzes the wine market in the UK. The analysis includes market statistics, production/consumption data, a SWOT analysis, a Porter’s Five Forces Strategy Analysis, data on competition, and much more.
The report profiles some of the leading industry contributors of the UK Wine Industry. A SWOT Framework Analysis of the leading players is also included.