Still Wine Market to Set Phenomenal Growth in Key Regions By 2030 from Harshsingh's blog

According to the Regional Research Reports, the global still wine market size is projected to be USD 10.1 billion in 2022 to USD 546.86 billion in 2033, exhibiting a CAGR of 297.68% from 2023 to 2033.

The United States Market: for the Still Wine is projected to increase from US$ million in 2022 to US$ million by 2033, at a CAGR of % from 2023 through 2033.

Europe Market: for the Still Wine is expected to increase from US$ million in 2023 to US$ million by 2033, at a CAGR of % from 2023 through 2033.

China Market: for Still Wine is anticipated to grow from US$ million in 2023 to US$ million by 2033, at a CAGR of % from 2023 through 2033.

Regional Research Reports newest study, the "Still Wine Industry Forecast" considers and reviews past sales to estimate the total world Still Wine sales in 2022, providing a comprehensive analysis of the market sector and different segments of projected Still Wine sales for 2023 through 2033 at a regional and country level. With Still Wine sales broken down by regions, country-level market sectors, and sub-sector, this report provides a detailed analysis in a million US$ of the world Still Wine industry.

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Key Market Segments:

The report segments the global market into type and distribution channel.

By Type (Sales, Growth Rate, USD Million, 2018-2033)
  • White Wine
  • Red Wine
  • Others
By Distribution Channel (Sales, Growth Rate, USD Million, 2018-2033)
  • Bar Pubs and Restaurants
  • Internet Retailing
  • Liquor Stores
  • Supermarkets
  • Others
Regional Outlook (Sales, Growth Rate, USD Million, 2018-2033)
  • North America (the United States, Canada, and Mexico)
  • South America (Brazil, Argentina, and Rest of South America)
  • Europe (Germany, UK, Italy, France, Spain, and Rest of Europe)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia & New Zealand, and Rest of Asia Pacific)
  • The Middle East and Africa (GCC Countries, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and Rest of MEA)

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Types of Still Wine
  1. Red Wine: Made from dark-colored (black) grape varieties. The color can range from intense violet to brick red and brown.
  2. White Wine: Made from green or yellow-colored grapes, or sometimes from black grapes with minimal skin contact.
  3. Rosé Wine: Made from black grapes with minimal skin contact, giving it a pink hue.
Wine Production Process
  1. Harvesting: Grapes are picked at optimal ripeness.
  2. Crushing and Pressing:
    • Red Wine: Grapes are crushed, and the juice ferments with the skins to extract color, tannins, and flavors.
    • White Wine: Grapes are crushed, and the juice is separated from the skins before fermentation.
    • Rosé Wine: Grapes are crushed, and the juice has limited contact with the skins.
  3. Fermentation: Yeast converts the sugars in the grape juice into alcohol and carbon dioxide. This can take place in stainless steel tanks, wooden barrels, or other containers.
  4. Aging: The wine is aged to develop its flavors. This can be done in stainless steel, oak barrels, or other materials.
  5. Bottling: The wine is filtered, if necessary, and then bottled for sale and consumption.
Key Characteristics
  1. Body: Describes the weight and fullness of the wine in the mouth. It can range from light to full-bodied.
  2. Acidity: A critical element that balances the sweetness and enhances the wine's freshness.
  3. Tannins: Present in red wines, tannins add astringency and structure.
  4. Flavor Profile: Includes fruit flavors (e.g., berries, citrus), secondary flavors (e.g., oak, vanilla from aging), and tertiary flavors (e.g., earth, mushroom from aging).

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Regions and Varieties
  • France: Bordeaux (red blends), Burgundy (Pinot Noir, Chardonnay), Loire Valley (Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc).
  • Italy: Tuscany (Chianti, Sangiovese), Piedmont (Barolo, Barbaresco), Veneto (Prosecco, Amarone).
  • Spain: Rioja (Tempranillo), Priorat (Grenache), Rías Baixas (Albariño).
  • United States: Napa Valley (Cabernet Sauvignon), Sonoma (Zinfandel, Chardonnay), Oregon (Pinot Noir).
  • Australia: Barossa Valley (Shiraz), Margaret River (Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay).
  • New Zealand: Marlborough (Sauvignon Blanc), Central Otago (Pinot Noir).
Pairing with Food
  • Red Wine: Often paired with red meats, hearty stews, and strong cheeses.
  • White Wine: Complements seafood, poultry, and lighter fare.
  • Rosé Wine: Versatile, pairing well with a variety of dishes from salads to grilled meats.
Storing and Serving
  • Storage: Store in a cool, dark place with a consistent temperature, ideally between 50-59°F (10-15°C). Keep bottles lying on their side to keep the cork moist.
  • Serving:
    • Red Wine: Serve at room temperature, around 60-65°F (15-18°C).
    • White Wine: Serve chilled, around 45-50°F (7-10°C).
    • Rosé Wine: Serve chilled, around 50-55°F (10-13°C).
Major Key Players in the Still Wine Market:

The report offers details about these companies, including the product overview, financial and yearly performance, strategic plans & developments, product line, and SWOT analysis. In terms of revenue, the global two largest companies occupied for a share nearly % in 2022. The main players in the global market include –

  • Diageo
  • Pernod-Ricard
  • Constellation
  • EandJ Gallo Winery
  • Treasury Wine Estates (TWE)
  • Castel
  • Trinchero Family
  • Changyu Group
  • Casella Wines
  • Kendall-Jackson Vineyard Estates
  • The Wine Group
  • Dynasty
  • Accolade Wines
  • Concha y Toro

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(Note: The list of the key market players can be updated with the latest market scenario and trends)

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