An economic observatory for the sparkling wine market?

Wednesday May 11 2016 by Vitisphere

The 5 leading sparkling wine producer countries – France, Germany, Italy, Russia and Spain – account for over 70% of global production.

The 5 leading sparkling wine producer countries – France, Germany, Italy, Russia and Spain – account for over 70% of global production. Sparkling wine production has surged in the New World countries that are Chile, Argentina and South Africa, though also in the United States where it stands at 1 million hectolitres.

Concurrently with this, global consumption of sparkling wines is on the increase. Over the last ten years, imports have doubled in the USA and the United Kingdom, two countries spearheading the trend. Experts confirm that the momentum will continue or even pick up speed. The BULLES-EXPO show provides an opportunity to review market trends and prospects for the future, possibly giving rise to an economic observatory. If you want to know more about the market and decipher the most likely trends for the future, register for the BULLES-EXPO conferences (online registration opens May 10).

 

Until then, access research on the sparkling wine market in Belgium (in french): Belgian consumers drink a lot of sparkling wines and in fact drink more Cava than Champagne...

 

During the event, you will be able to access more market research focusing on countries such as the United Kingdom, the USA and Germany.

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