Global wine sales remain stable at approximately 24.6 billion liters. The United States is the largest wine market
Grape wine is a kind of fruit wine made from grapes. Its alcohol concentration is higher than that of beer and lower than that of liquor, which is rich in nutrition and has obvious health effects. Some people think that wine is one of the healthiest and healthiest drinks. It regulates metabolism, promotes blood circulation, and prevents cholesterol from increasing. It also has diuretic, stimulate liver function and prevent aging. It is also an adjuvant for the treatment of heart disease and can prevent diseases such as scurvy, anemia, beriberi, indigestion and keratitis. Regular drinking Portuguese wine reduces heart disease rate, lowers blood lipids and vascular sclerosis.
There are many varieties of wine, and the product styles are different due to different grape cultivation and wine production process conditions. According to the color of wine, it can be divided into white wine, red wine and peach red wine. According to sugar content, it can be divided into dry wine, semi-dry wine, semi-sweet wine and sweet wine. The industry chain where the wine industry is located is composed of a series of stakeholders such as grape growers, wine producers, consumers, resource recyclers, etc., by self-growing wine grapes or acquiring wine grapes or grape wines, processing them, Sale of finished products. The system is based on the ecology of the production area, based on grape cultivation, and guaranteed by the production of wine and its by-product resources. It involves related grape growing, wine production, wine packaging, retail stores, catering industry, and consumer economic income. And consumer preferences.
2018 is a good year for wine. Global wine production
reached a record 29.23 billion liters. European production still dominates, accounting for nearly 70% of total production. Among them, Italy, France, and Spain, the three major wine producers, all achieved great harvests, increasing by 22% -26% respectively. In the long run, the global wine production is expected to stabilize at about 27 billion liters. The United States is the fourth largest wine producer, with output of 2.39 billion liters. At the same time, the United States has become the world's largest wine market for 8 consecutive years, and is the country with the largest wine consumption, reaching 3.3 billion liters. Since 2003, the global grape planting area has continued to decline to 7.8 million hectares. At present, Spain is the country with the largest grape planting area, with 969000 hectares, followed by 875000 hectares in China.
Global wine sales remain stable at approximately 24.6 billion liters. The United States is the largest wine market, followed by France, Italy and Germany with 2.6 billion liters, 2.24 billion liters and 2 billion liters, respectively. China is the fifth largest wine consumer in the world, with 1.8 billion liters of wine sold in 2018, a year-on-year decrease of 6.6%. The five largest consumers of the United States, France, Italy, Germany and China together account for about half of world wine consumption, about 49%.
Key players in global grape wine market include: E&J Gallo, The Wine Group, Constellation Brands
Castel, Accolade Wines, Cantine Riunite & CIV, Concha y Toro, Treasury Wine Estates, Grupo Penaflor, Pernod-Ricard, Bronco Wine, Caviro, Trinchero Family Estates, Antinori, Changyu, Casella Family Brands, Diageo, China Great Wall Wine, Jacob‘s Creek, Kendall-Jackson Vineyard Estates etc.