Noida, India (PressExposure) October 03, 2011 -- According to our new research report titled, "US Wine Market Outlook 2014", wine consumption in the US has exhibited an upward trend over the past few years. The industry has been growing at a fast pace, with production, consumption, and trade showing positive developments. Due to some prominent factors, the wine production in the country will reach 780 Million Gallons by 2014-end.
This report is enriched with information and statistics sourced from proprietary databases, primary, and secondary researches, and detailed analysis by a team of industry experts at RNCOS. Our team of researchers investigated the new trends prevailing in the US Wine Market and analyzed their dominance in the current scenario. While forecasting, we have given due consideration to the emerging growth areas in the wine industry, key wine products' market performance, and developments, which are essential in determining the prospective growth potentials of the overall sector.
The report which is spread over 70 pages is an outcome of an extensive research and provides detailed analysis on the wine production and consumption, trade, province-wise industry performance and current scenario in the distribution network. The report covers comprehensive information on consumer behavior and growth prospects in the US wine industry. The report also highlights some of the crucial restraints in the US Wine Industry such as Price Competition and Climate Change. Overall, the report is likely to provide clients with an in-depth understanding of the Wine Sector in the US.
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- Table wine constituted lion's share of the total wine sales in the US during 2010. What is the current market size of table wine sales and its major sub-segments with their respective proportion?
- Wine industry in California has been performing tremendously well over the previous years. What is the contribution and performance of California in the US Wine Industry?
- Price sensitivity analysis of wine consumers shows that mid-ranged wines are more common among US Population. What is the purchasing frequency of wine in other price range?
- As three-tier distribution becomes increasingly difficult to obtain, small wineries continue to focus on direct-to-consumer (DTC) sales. What are the recent developments and consumer perception towards DTC wines in United States?
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