wine market according to the Vinexpo Asia-Pacific

For the 8th consecutive year, Vinexpo commissioned The IWSR (The International Wine and Spirits Record) to prepare a detailed report on world wine and spirits consumption, production and international trade with forecasts until 2013.
The 2009-2010 study covers 28 producing countries and 114 wine and spirits consumer markets.

World wine consumption should grow by 3.57% between 2009 and 2013, despite a difficult year in 2009.

The consumption of grape-based wine reached 111.63 million 9-litre cases in 2008, the equivalent of 1.34 billion bottles, an increase of 51.93% compared to 2004.


The increase in consumption is expected to continue between 2009 and 2013. In this period nearly 30 million extra 9-litre cases should be consumed worldwide, an increase of 25%.


In the 10-year period from 2004 to 2013, wine consumption in Asia-Pacific should grow by 86 million cases, which is 10 times faster than the world average.

China is the 8th largest consumer of wine in the world and the 10th largest producer. It is the principle driver of wine consumption in the world.

 


In 2009, Japan was the region’s largest importer in value, receiving consignments worth US.21 billion.


More than half the spirits consumed in the world are drunk in Asia-Pacific.
Between 2004 and 2008, Asia’s consumptions of spirits rose by 20.3%.

(source, Vinexpo)

 

 

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