Global oversupply of wine has defined the Global Wine Manufacturing industry over the past five years. Major wine producers from regions once renowned for high-quality products began manufacturing less wine in terms of total case volume. Demand for wine exports from New World wine-producing countries has gradually increased over the period, and these new sources for wine have created additional challenges for manufacturers within traditional wine-producing countries. As Europe continues to struggle with chronic oversupply, total revenue is anticipated to grow over the five years to 2017. Moving forward, increasing wine consumption in developing economies is projected to lead to stronger international trade of wine. As a result, industry revenue is projected to grow over the next five years.
The Global Wine Manufacturing industry consists of companies engaged in at least one component of the winemaking process. Industry players grow and harvest grapes, crush and press grape mixtures, ferment wine and eventually distribute wine for retail sale. The industry also manufactures wine and brandy from other fruit sources.
This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.