Wine Industry Overview:
History, Varietals, Regions & Predictions

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Date Published: May 18, 2017
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The purpose of this research is to provide readers with an overview of the wine industry, including the history of winemaking, grape varietals, wine growing regions, & market predictions. This research is primary oriented around wine production; consumption & the export market are addressed in the predictions.

This research addresses the four historical phases of the wine industry, including: 

    • Early Development Phase
    • Phylloxera, United States Prohibition, & World War II Challenges Phase
    • Maturation Phase
    • Millennials Transformation Phase

    This research highlights grape varietals, including:

    • Red Grape Varietals
    • White Grape Varietals
    • Related Beverages

    This research defines four distinct geographic regions, including:

    • France, Italy, & Other European Wineries
    • California & Other United States Wineries
    • Chile, Argentina, Mexico, & Other South American Wineries
    • Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, & Other New World Wineries

    And this research makes several future predictions for the wine industry, including: 

    • Substantial Growth in Wine Production
    • Rapid Growth in Wine Consumption, Moderate Growth in Wine Exports, & the Increasing Importance of the United States, United Kingdom, & China Markets
    • Growing Importance of Millennials & Women as Wine Consumers
    • Challenges from Whisky & Gin
    • Growing Market Share of Lighter Varietals
    • Growing Market Share of New World Wineries
    • Streamlining of United States Wine Distribution
    • Rapid Industry Consolidation
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