Global Champagne Market Report: 2011 Edition



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Champagne is often associated with luxury and celebratory occasions. This beverage category has long been observed, thriving in times of economic boom while the sales decline during times of recession. Currently, the global market for champagne is on the path to recovery after suffering two years of decline due to severe global economic downturn. The global champagne shipments registered approximately 7.5% growth in 2010 over 2009 in the light of strengthening economic fundamentals. 

The industry's core markets, France, the UK and the US, collectively accounted for more than two-thirds of the global volumes in 2010. France is the largest exporter of champagne; however the country's leading position was challenged due to recent worldwide economic recession, when sales plummeted for two years in a row, that is, in 2008 and 2009. The drop was particularly acute in France's two biggest export markets, UK and the US. Later as the demand increased in response to rising incomes and improving consumer confidence, the leading champagne markets managed to reassert their position.

The recent trends seen in the industry include particularly the environmental programs initiated by CIVC, such as transforming the biomass wood waste into renewable source of energy, and introduction of lightweight champagne bottles helping to reduce carbon emissions. The factors that will drive the global champagne market towards growth in the coming years mainly include growth in luxury goods market, increase in worldwide wine consumption, rising incomes, and overall improving economic fundamentals. However, the recent and sudden recovery in the market has left the champagne houses short of stock which might pose a serious threat to the industry in the coming years.

The industry is characterized by intense market competition with numerous global and regional players operating in the market. The leading champagne manufacturing companies include LVMH Mo
Table of Content

1. Overview

1.1 The Champagne Appellation
1.2 Methods of Production for Sparkling wine/Champagne
1.3 Champagne Producers
1.4 Grape Varieties Used in the Production of Champagne
1.5 Champagne Types

2. Champagne Market Structure
2.1 Global Market
Market Size by Volume
Market Size by Value
Geographical Breakdown
2.2 Major Champagne Markets
2.2.1 France
Market Size
Export Statistics
2.2.2 The United States
Market Size
Export Statistics
2.2.3 United Kingdom
Market Size
2.2.4 Australia

The US Wine Exports, 2001-2010
US Wine Exports Breakdown by Country, 2009-2010
Top US Metro Markets for Sparkling Wine/Champagne, 2009
The Top 10 US States for Consumption of Sparkling Wine/Champagne, 2009
Wine Sales in the US, 2001-2010
Leading Champagne Houses, 2010
Top Champagne Producing Companies in Terms of Bottles Sold, 2010
Dependent & Independent Variables (2002 2010)
Correlation Matrix
Model Summary Coefficient of Determination
Regression Coefficients Output
Segments of Alcoholic Beverages
Global Champagne Shipments by Volume, 2001-2010
Global Champagne Shipments by Value, 2009-2010
Champagnes Total Inventory to Sales Ratio, 2009-2010
Global Champagne Shipments by Country, 2010
French Champagne Shipments, 2001-2010
French Exports of Champagne, 2001-2010
The US Champagne Shipments, 2001-2010
UK Champagne Shipments, 2001-2010
Australian Champagne Shipments, 2009-2010
Rate of Treatment/Waste-to-Energy Production of Wastewater and Liquid By-Products (%)
Growth in World GDP, 2002-2013F
Growth in Luxury Goods Market, 2007-2013F
LVMHs Revenues by Business Segments, 2010
LVMHs Revenues, 2008-2010
Lanson-BCC Revenues and Net Income, 2007-2010
Vranken Pommerys Revenues and Net Income, 2007-2010
Global Champagne Shipments Forecast, 2009-2013F