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  • Cider/Perry in Slovenia

    ... consumer confidence as a result of growing disposable incomes and overall economic improvement. On the other hand, availability was a major obstacle in the past, not only in on-trade establishments, but also off-trade. The area ... Read More

  • Rtds/High-Strength Premixes in Slovenia

    ... can mainly be attributed to the fact that it is easy to substitute products in this area with cheaper self-made mixers whether at home, off-trade or in on-trade establishments. Prices in the area remain relatively ... Read More

  • Wine in the Czech Republic

    ... there is potential for further growth. Wine drinking is becoming more fashionable, supported by the wellness trend, as wine is perceived to be healthy when consumed moderately, and by it being an increasingly social event. ... Read More

  • Wine in Slovenia

    ... boosted overall performance since this area dominates sales. However, sparkling wine posted the strongest growth. Wine saw some new launches, such as Mercator’s private label sparkling wine. This is in line with the economy trend, ... Read More

  • Cider/Perry in Macedonia

    ... vast majority of local consumers have a low level of awareness about this category and the brands that comprise it. The fact that there are no domestically-produced cider/perry brands further contributes to the low level ... Read More

  • Wine in Macedonia

    ... shift towards beer which in part was triggered by the strong presence of premium wines which fewer locals were able to buy amidst the political crisis of 2016/2017 which resulted in weaker economic growth than ... Read More

  • Wine in New Zealand

    ... New Zealanders embracing the wine culture. Further positive volume gains are expected over the forecast period, with the category set to outperform its review period CAGR. Euromonitor International's Wine in New Zealand report offers a ... Read More

  • Cider/Perry in Norway

    ... group for sweet cider is very young adults, according to trade sources. The shift was led by Brewery International’s Bulmers brand during the review period, and was followed by the largest domestic players with their ... Read More

  • Cider/Perry in Bolivia

    ... Sales growth was driven by a preference for this type of beverage by young, economically independent and socially active women. Gatherings exclusively for women, where alcoholic drinks are frequently consumed, are a common custom in ... Read More

  • Wine in Venezuela

    ... of foreign currency quotas allocated for importing products, causing a limited supply leading to soaring prices. Looking for affordable substitutes, many consumers have turned to wine-based RTDs produced locally, which allows them to carry a ... Read More

  • Wine in Vietnam

    ... reluctant to buy wine products because prices generally were much higher than those of beer products. This affects greatly the frequency of purchasing bottles of wine throughout the year. Sales of wine products only peaks ... Read More

  • Wine in Taiwan

    ... can be attributed to females, as well as younger consumers between 20 to 40 years of age. Drinking wine is perceived to be part of their desired lifestyles as it portrays a sophisticated image. In ... Read More

  • Wine in Ukraine

    ... in unit prices. Nevertheless, this performance represents an improvement from the review period CAGR which can be attributed to an enlarged offer of domestic better-quality wines and the ongoing development of wine culture. 2017 saw ... Read More

  • Cider/Perry in Uruguay

    ... Year. It is increasingly common for foodservice outlets to include cider or perry as one of their drinks, as these are cheaper options than other alcoholic drinks. Although on-trade outlets are increasingly including cider and/or ... Read More

  • Wine in Slovakia

    ... were important during their purchasing decisions, including price, taste, colour and brand name. Also, more consumers were interested in the story of the wine producer and how the production took place. However, strong sales growth ... Read More

  • Cider/Perry in Ukraine

    ... Cider production is a profitable business given much lower excise tax in this area compared to other low alcohol drinks such as beer and RTDs. Cider unit prices increased in line with general inflation in ... Read More

  • Cider/Perry in Taiwan

    ... the sales is generated through convenience stores. Purchases are usually made on impulse when consumers are tempted by attractive packaging and in-store promotions such as price discounts, as well as being an effective thirst-quencher. Demand ... Read More

  • Wine in Uruguay

    ... on sale. Moreover, the climate is a major factor for wineries, as when the climate changes there is the possibility of losing much of the harvest for that season. This is part of the reason ... Read More

  • Wine in India

    ... 2017, with sales largely driven by other fortified wine. The category is still young in India and is expected to grow further as product penetration increases, with current availability limited to specialist retail outlets in ... Read More

  • Cider/Perry in Estonia

    ... cidermakers in Estonia and they contribute only to a fraction of total cider sales, but the developing local and organic trends open a promising niche in the saturated category. Euromonitor International's Cider/Perry in Estonia report ... Read More

  • Wine in Indonesia

    ... to decrease, mainly due to declining demand. Due to urbanisation, consumers prefer to consume Western medicine rather than traditional herbal medicine to prevent or cure sickness. In addition, after Permendag No 06/M-DAG/PER/1/2015, which banned the ... Read More

  • Wine in Malaysia

    ... gain traction in 2017 and registered moderate growth. Rising awareness of wine and increasing wine appreciation amongst consumers fuelled the development of a wine culture in Klang Valley. Malaysia saw a rising number of wine ... Read More

  • Cider/Perry in Belarus

    ... drinks such as beer, vodka, and still light grape wine. Therefore, cider/perry lost its popularity and volume share in Belarus. Growing cider production by local manufacturers did not result in increasing volume sales but did ... Read More

  • Wine in Mexico

    ... Cetto, and Bodegas Santo Tomás were awarded prizes at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles. Other Mexican producers that won awards include Bodegas Vega Manchón and Tierra Adentro. This is an interesting strategy by Mexican wine ... Read More

  • Wine in Germany

    ... level in terms of per capita consumption and thus perform marginally better compared to the review period. Value sales in contrast are projected to perform marginally worse than over the review period, despite the premiumisation ... Read More

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