Changing Lifestyles to Increase Wine Consumption in India


As per our new research report “Indian Wine Industry Analysis”, the Indian Wine market has seen noteworthy development amid the most recent couple of years and will keep on expanding in future. The real main thrust for the Indian wine business sector is the administration’s positive strategies, expanding extra cash, and accessibility of outside brands. It is normal that wine utilization in India will develop at a CAGR of around 30% amid 2009-2013.

As per our research, the present wine consumption in India is very low, which indicates a huge growth potential in the Indian wine market during the coming years. Although, the major consumption of wine is for domestically produced cheap wines, the demand for foreign wines is also witnessing a significant growth pattern for the past few years. To cater to the growing demand for foreign wines, local players are including affordable imported wines in their product portfolios to attract new consumers.

Further our report elaborates, that the Tier-I cities like, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore etc., accounts for majority of the wine consumption in the country. However, as per our team of experts, in future, tier II and tier III cities will form a major part of wine consumption in the country.

Apart from this, we have also analyzed the emerging industry trends in the Indian wine market. Our report also analyzes factors critical to the success of the wine industry in India. It has also identified key players in the market and included their business description along with their recent activities.

Our report, “Indian Wine Industry Analysis” provides extensive research and rational analysis on the Indian wine market. Our research provides deep insight into India’s wine consumption and wine imports and exports of the country, along with their forecast and segmentation by region and type of wine. Our report also provides thorough analysis on the wine production in the country. Besides, the report highlights major wine producing areas, distribution channels, and leading wineries in India. In this way, the report presents a complete and coherent analysis of the Indian Wine industry, which will prove decisive for the clients.