DALLAS, September 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Global Champagne Market Report: 2014 Edition is a 55 pages research report that says emerging markets are changing the face of champagne exports. On the back of mounting disposable income, increasing brand awareness, established consumer base, credit availability and improving standard of living in the emerging countries, the developing nations are poised to be major consumers of champagne in coming years. Asia-Pacific is the fastest-growing region for premium spirits consumption in percentage terms, as well as the second-largest in terms of volume growth.
The Global Champagne Market Report: 2014 Edition further says that emerging markets, especially BRIC countries are expected to register a high growth in the demand for champagne in the next couple of years. Only a decade ago, champagne were considered as a luxury product and remained out of the reach for majority of people in these countries; however, with the development going on in these regions, they are expected to capture a significant share in overall champagne market in the near future. France is the largest and most ancient wine and champagne producer in the world with UK remaining the top export destination. Rising number of HNWIs and employed population, accelerating online sales trend, ameliorating global economic condition and growing overall luxury market are providing immense growth opportunities for the champagne market. Some of the noteworthy trends of the industry are shifting attention to US and Asia, deep discounting by retailers and enhancing demand from emerging markets. The leading players in the market include LVMH, Lanson-BCC Group, Vranken-Pommery Monopole SA, Pernod-Ricard and Laurent Perrier, among others.
The key factors driving growth of the global champagne market include rising number of HNWI and employed population, increasing internet penetration, ameliorating global economic condition and growing overall luxury market. Some of the noteworthy trends and developments of the respective industry are shifting attention to US and Asia, deep discounting by retailers and enhancing demand from emerging markets. However, the growth of champagne market is hindered by a number of factors including high import duty, adverse economic conditions, grape shortage and counterfeiting.
The report offers an analysis of the global champagne market along with the study of regional markets. It discusses major market trends, growth drivers and challenges, in detail. The market for champagne is personified by intense competition, with numerous large and regional players competing majorly on the basis of quality and cost.
LVMH is the leading player in the global champagne market in terms of revenues, volume, and number of portfolio of strong brands such as Ruinart, Moët & Chandon, Veuve Clicquot, Krug, Mercier and Dom Pérignon. The other leading players include Lanson-BCC Group, Vranken-Pommery Monopole SA, Pernod-Ricard and Laurent Perrier, among others. Order a copy of this report at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/contacts/purchase.php?name=356230 .
Champagne is a key constituent of luxury spirit market and is often associated with celebratory occasions and events. This beverage category has long been observed to thrive in times of economic boom while its sales decline during times of recession. Currently, the global market for champagne is on the path to recovery after suffering a year of decline due to European economic downturn which was the result of sovereign debt crisis in European Union. Champagne is of mainly three types based on the type of grapes used in the production process: Blanc-des-Blancs, Blanc-des-Noirs, and Rosé Champagnes.
List of Tables provided in this research include:
Top Five Wine Consuming Countries (2013)
Top 10 US States Consumption of Champagne (2012)
Top 10 US Metro Markets Consumption of Champagne (2012)
Shipments of Champagnes to Emerging Markets (2007-2013)
UHNWI Population by Region (2013 and 2023)
Import Duty on Champagnes in Selected Countries (2013)
Top Champagne Houses by Revenue (2013)
List of Charts provided in Global Champagne Market Report: 2014 Edition includes:
Segments of Alcoholic Beverages
Global Production of Wine and Y-O-Y Change (2005-2013)
Global Wine Production Breakdown by Region (2013)
Usable Yield for Champagne (2006-2013)
Global Champagne Industry Turnover and Annual Growth (2005-2013)
Global Champagne Industry Sales and Annual Growth (2005-2013)
Global Champagne Industry Breakdown by Region (2013)
Global Champagne Industry by Region - by Volume (2013)
Average Price of Champagne per Bottle (2005-2013)
Wine Industry in France - by Volume (2007-2013)
Champagne Industry in France by Volume (2005-2013)
Total Vineyard Area Harvested in France (2000-2013)
Average Yield from Harvest Area in France (2000-2013)
France - Champagne Market Breakdown by Ownership (2013)
Top Export Markets of France (2013)
UK Champagne Shipments and Annual Growth - by Volume (2006-2013)
UK Champagne Shipments - by Value (2006-2013)
Champagne Shipments to the US from France (2006-2013)
Champagne Shipments to the US - by Value (2006-2013)
Champagne Shipments in Germany (2006-2013)
Champagne Shipments in Germany - by Value (2006-2013)
Champagne Shipments in Japan (2006-2013)
Champagne Shipments in Japan - by Value (2006-2013)
Champagne Shipments in Belgium (2006-2013)
Champagne Shipments in Belgium - by Value (2006-2013)
Champagne Shipments in Australia (2006-2013)
Champagne Shipments in Australia -by Value (2006-2013)
Global GDP (2006-2013)
World GDP per Capita (2006-2013)
Global HNWI Population and Annual Growth (2007-2013)
Worldwide Grapes Production (2005-2013E)
Grape Production Breakdown by Region (2013E)
Global Luxury Sales and Annual Growth (2009-2015)
Worldwide Online Personal Luxury Goods Market Trend (2008-2013E)
Global Internet Penetration Rate by Region (2013E)
New Vineyard Plantings in the US (2004-2012)
Champagne Production Breakdown by Ownership (2013)
Market Share of Top Four Champagne Houses (2012)
Top Champagne Houses by Number of Bottles Sold (2013)
LVMH's Revenue Share by Business Groups
LVMH's Revenue Share by Region (2013)
LVMH- Wines and Spirits Revenue and Profit (2011-2013)
Lanson-BCC's Revenue and Net Income (2011-2013)
Vranken-Prommery Monopole's Champagne Sales Breakdown per Brand (2013)
VrankenPommery's Revenue and Annual Growth (2009-2013)
Laurent Perrier's Sales and Net Income (2012-2013 & 2013-2014)
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