The world wine market: some conclusions on how the world of wine may change

We have published a series of six articles on world wine data (OIV statistics). In the last article we draw some conclusions. Here is an introduction to the article where we talk about what may happen in the future (in the previous ones we look more in detail at the data):

“Bringing it all together: conclusions on the world wine industry situation 2000-20012: Europe is slowly losing its dominant position both as a vine grower, wine maker and consumer. The New World is gaining share. The over-supply of wine that existed some years back has disappeared and we may be heading for a wine “shortage”. More and more wine is exported and thus imported. There are important implications for both wine producers and for agricultural policy makers.”

Read more here: World wine market, implications for winemakers, consumers and policy-makers

Global wine production vs consumption 2000-2012

Global wine production vs consumption 2000-2012, source: OIV

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