Wine Industry Overview:
History, Varietals, Regions, Predictions, & Investment Opportunities

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Date Published: February 14, 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, & opportunities for investing in this growing market. Another Tiburon research topic focuses more narrowly on the opportunities for investing in the wine industry.

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

    • Early Development Phase
    • Phylloxera, US Prohibition, & WW II Challenges Phase
    • Maturation 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 the following future predictions for the wine industry, including: 

    • Continuing Growth in Wine Production
    • Rapid Growth in Wine Exports & Importance of United States, United Kingdom, & China Markets
    • Growing Importance of Millennials & Women
    • Growing Market Share of New World Wineries & Lighter Varietals
    • Streamlining of United States Wine Distribution
    • Rapid Industry Consolidation

    And this research concludes by indentifying the three leading ways of investing in the wine industry, including: 

    • Collections & Futures
    • Private Equity & Real Estate Investment Trusts
    • Vineyards & Wineries
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