Chile, Argentina, Mexico, & Other South American Wineries:
A Region that is Gaining Share at the Expense of European Wineries

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Date Published: February 10, 2017
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The purpose of this research is to provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of Chile, Argentina, Mexico, & other South American wineries. This region has been gaining market share in recent years. Other Tiburon research topics focus on France, Italy, & other European wineries; California & other United States wineries; and Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, & other new world wineries. All of these topics are part of Tiburon's wine industry research series.

This research addresses the three historical phases of Chile, Argentina, Mexico, & other South American wineries, including: 

  • Early Development Phase
  • Mixed Success Phase
  • Maturation Phase

This research defines distinct geographic regions, including:

  • Chile Wineries
  • Argentina Wineries
  • Mexico Wineries
  • Other South American Wineries
    • Peru
    • Brazil
    • Uruguay

And this research makes the following future predictions for Chile, Argentina, Mexico, & other South American wineries: 

  • Rapid Growth of Chile, Argentina, Mexico, & Other South American Wineries
  • Emergence of Argentina as a Larger Player in the Wine Export Market
  • Emergence of Mexico as Third Substantial Exporter
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