Country Profile: Wine Sector in Israel

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  • Report
  • Region: Israel
  • 64 pages
  • GlobalData
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Barkan Wine Cellars
  • Binyamina
  • Carmel Winery
  • Cristalino
  • Ein Karem
  • Golan Wines
  • MORE
Country Profile: Wine Sector in Israel

Summary

Wine sector accounted for a volume share of 0.11% of the global market and 6.22% of the regional (Middle East & Africa) market, in 2016. The sector was valued at ILS3,991.4 million (US$1,038.3 million) in 2016 and is expected to see a declining trend by registering a negative CAGR of 1% during 2016-2021.Consumers preference for other alcohol products like Spirits over Wine, coupled with higher alcohol taxes and government laws limiting marketing of alcohol products is resulting in decline in the Israeli Wine sector. Per capita consumption stood at 4.6literscompared to the global and Middle East & Africa levels of6.2liters and 4liters, respectively, in 2016.

Still Wine was the largest with value sales of ILS3,610.6 million (US$939.3 million) in 2016. The Sparkling Wine market is expected to grow the fastest at a CAGR of 8.5% during 2016-2021, compared to Fortified Wine, at a CAGR of 0.8%. However, Still Wine is projected to witness a fall in value sales, at a negative CAGR of 2.2% during the same period.

On-trade transactions accounted for the leading distribution channel in the Israeli Wine sector, accounting for a total volume share of 40.3% in 2016. It was followed by Food & Drinks Specialists with a volume share of 27.9%, while Hypermarkets & Supermarkets accounted for a share of 24.1% in the same year.

Glass is the most commonly used package material in the Israeli Wine sector. In 2016, it accounted for a share of 99.9%,The consumption of Wine was higher among the male population in 2016 compared to males. In terms of consumption by age group, Older Consumers and Early Young Adults accounted for the largest share of 51.9%, followed by Pre-Mid-Lifers with a15.3% share.

The top five brands in the Israeli Wine sector accounted for a volume share of 57.7% in 2016. Selected is the leading brand in the Israeli Wine sector, followed by Barkan and Reserve.

The report "Country Profile: Wine Sector in Israel", provides insights on high growth markets to target, trends in the usage of packaging materials, category level distribution channel data and market share of brands.

In particular, this report provides the following analysis:
  • Market data: Overall market value and volume data with growth analysis for 2011-2021.
  • Category coverage: Value and growth analysis for Sparkling Wine and Still Wine with inputs on individual category share within each market and the change in their market share forecast for 2016-2021
  • Leading players: Market share of brands and private labels, including private label growth analysis from 2011-2016
  • Distribution data: Percentage of sales within each market through distribution channels such as On-trade, Hypermarkets & Supermarkets, Convenience Stores, Food & Drinks Specialists, and others
  • Packaging data: consumption breakdown for package materials and pack types in each market, in terms of percentage share of number of units sold. Package material data for Glass, Rigid Plastics, Paper & Board, Flexible Packaging, Rigid Metal and others; pack type data for: Bottle, Stand Up Pouch, Bag-In-Box, Carton-Liquid and Can..
Companies mentioned in this report: Cristalino,Davide Campari-Milano S.p.A.,Laurent Perrier,NV Fratelli Cella,Sparkletini,Barkan Wine Cellars,Binyamina,Carmel Winery,Ein Karem,Golan Wines,Tabor Winery,Taperberg

Scope
  • The Israeli Wine sector accounted for a volume share of 6.22% of the regional (Middle East & Africa) market, in 2016.
  • Of the three markets, Still Wine was the largest in value terms, while the Sparkling Wine market is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR, during 2016-2021.
  • On-trade transactions accounted for the leading distribution channel in the Israeli Wine sector.
  • The top five brands in the Israeli Wine sector accounted for a volume share of 57.7% in 2016.
  • Glass is the most commonly used package material in the Israeli Wine sector.
Reasons to buy
  • Identify high potential categories and explore further market opportunities based on detailed value and volume analysis
  • Existing and new players can analyze key distribution channels to identify and evaluate trends and opportunities
  • Gain an understanding of the total competitive landscape based on detailed brand share analysis to plan effective market positioning
  • Access the key and most influential consumer trends driving Wine consumption, and how they influence consumer behavior in the market which will help determine the best audiences to target
  • Our team of analysts have placed a significant emphasis on changes expected in the market that will provide a clear picture of the opportunities that can be tapped over the next five years, resulting in revenue expansion
  • The packaging analysis report helps manufacturers, in identifying the most commonly used packaging materials in the sector
  • Analysis on key macro-economic indicators such as GDP per capita, population (overall and breakdown by age), and consumer price index. It also covers a comparative analysis of political, economic, socio-demographic, and technological indicators (PEST) across 50 countries.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Barkan Wine Cellars
  • Binyamina
  • Carmel Winery
  • Cristalino
  • Ein Karem
  • Golan Wines
  • MORE
1. Report Scope

2. Executive summary

3. Israel in the global and regional context
3.1. Israel’s share in the Global and Middle East & African Wine sector
3.2. Israel compared to other leading countries in Middle East & Africa

4. Market size analysis - Wine sector
4.1. Value and volume analysis - Wine sector in Israel
4.2. Per capita consumption - Israel compared to Middle East & Africa and globally
4.3. Value and volume analysis of markets in the Wine sector
4.4. Growth analysis by markets

5. Market and category analysis
5.1. Per capita consumption analysis by markets
5.2. Market analysis: Fortified Wine
5.3. Market analysis: Sparkling Wine
5.4. Market analysis: Still Wine

6. Distribution analysis
6.1. Distribution channel share analysis: Wine
6.2. Distribution channel share analysis: Fortified Wine
6.3. Distribution channel share analysis: Sparkling Wine
6.4. Distribution channel share analysis: Still Wine

7. Competitive landscape
7.1. Brand share analysis by sector
7.2. Brand share analysis by markets
7.3. Brand share analysis by category
7.3.1. Sparkling Wine
7.3.2. Still Wine

8. Packaging analysis
8.1. Packaging share and growth analysis by package material
8.2. Packaging share analysis by package material
8.3. Packaging share and growth analysis by pack type
8.4. Packaging share analysis by pack type
8.5. Packaging share and growth analysis by closure type
8.6. Packaging share analysis by closure type

9. Macroeconomic analysis
9.1. GDP per Capita
9.2. Population and population growth
9.3. Consumer Price Index
9.4. Population breakdown by age

10. Consumergraphics
10.1. Consumption by Gender
10.2. Consumption by Age
10.3. Consumption by Education
10.4. Consumption by Degree of Urbanization

11. Methodology

12. Definitions

13. Appendix

14. About

15. Disclaimer

16. Contact

List of Tables
Table 1: Volume share of Israel in the global and Middle East & Africa Wine sector, 2011-2021
Table 2: Growth analysis by markets, 2016-2021
Table 3: Value analysis of Fortified Wine market by categories, 2011-2021
Table 4: Volume analysis of Fortified Wine market by categories, 2011-2021
Table 5: Value analysis of Sparkling Wine market by categories, 2011-2021
Table 6: Volume analysis of Sparkling Wine market by categories, 2011-2021
Table 7: Value analysis of Still Wine market by categories, 2011-2021
Table 8: Volume analysis of Still Wine market by categories, 2011-2021
Table 9: Brand Volume - Wine sector, 2016
Table 10: Brand Volume - Sparkling Wine market, 2016
Table 11: Brand Volume - Still Wine market, 2016
Table 12: Brand Volume - Cava category, 2016
Table 13: Brand Volume - Champagne category, 2016
Table 14: Brand Volume - Other Sparkling Wine category, 2016
Table 15: Brand Volume - Red Wine category, 2016
Table 16: Brand Volume - White Wine category, 2016
Table 17: Consumption of Wine by gender and markets (Million Liters, 2016)
Table 18: Consumption of Wine by age and markets (Million Liters, 2016)
Table 19: Consumption of Wine by education and markets (Million Liters, 2016)
Table 20: Market Definitions
Table 21: Category Definitions
Table 22: Channel Definitions
Table 23: Market Value for Fortified Wine - by category (ILS Million) 2011-2021
Table 24: Market Value for Fortified Wine - by category (US$ Million) 2011-2021
Table 25: Market Volume for Fortified Wine - by category (Million Liters) 2011-2021
Table 26: Market Value for Sparkling Wine - by category (ILS Million) 2011-2021
Table 27: Market Value for Sparkling Wine - by category (US$ Million) 2011-2021
Table 28: Market Volume for Sparkling Wine - by category (Million Liters) 2011-2021
Table 29: Market Value for Still Wine - by category (ILS Million) 2011-2021
Table 30: Market Value for Still Wine - by category (US$ Million) 2011-2021
Table 31: Market Volume for Still Wine - by category (Million Liters) 2011-2021
Table 32: Wine Sales Distribution in Israel - by Markets (Million Liters), 2016
Table 33: Package Material (in Million pack units)
Table 34: Pack Type (in Million pack units)
Table 35: Closure Type (in Million pack units)
Table 36: Exchange Rates: (US$-ILS), 2011-2021
Table 37: GDP Per Capita (ILS), 2011-2016
Table 38: Population, 2011-2016
Table 39: Consumer Price Index, 2011-2016
Table 40: Age Profile (in Millions), 2016

List of Figures
Figure 1: Israel compared to other top three countries in Middle East & Africa - market size, growth, and competitive landscape
Figure 2: Market size analysis by value and volume, Wine sector, 2011-2021
Figure 3: Per capita consumption* in Israel compared to global and Middle East & African average, 2011-2021
Figure 4: Value and volume growth analysis by markets, 2016-2021
Figure 5: Per capita consumption* (by markets) in Israel compared to global and Middle East & African average, 2016
Figure 6: Value and volume growth analysis, Fortified Wine market, 2011-2021
Figure 7: Value and volume growth analysis, Sparkling Wine market, 2011-2021
Figure 8: Value and volume growth analysis, Still Wine market, 2011-2021
Figure 9: Distribution channel share (Volume), Wine, 2011-2016
Figure 10: Distribution channel share (Volume), Fortified Wine market, 2011-2016
Figure 11: Distribution channel share (Volume), Sparkling Wine market, 2011-2016
Figure 12: Distribution channel share (Volume), Still Wine market, 2011-2016
Figure 13: Leading brands in the Israeli Wine sector, volume share, 2016
Figure 14: Leading brands in the Sparkling Wine market, volume share, 2016
Figure 15: Leading brands in the Still Wine market, volume share, 2016
Figure 16: Packaging share and growth analysis by package material, 2011-2021
Figure 17: Use of package material by markets (in pack units), 2016
Figure 18: Packaging share and growth analysis by pack type, 2011-2021
Figure 19: Use of pack type by markets (in pack units), 2016
Figure 20: Packaging share and growth analysis by closure type, 2011-2021
Figure 21: Use of closure type by markets (in pack units), 2016
Figure 22: Relative comparison of countries based on PEST analysis
Figure 23: Israel’s GDP per capita, 2011-2016
Figure 24: Population growth in Israel, 2011-2016
Figure 25: Consumer Price Index, Israel, 2010-2016
Figure 26: Age Profile, Israel, 2016
Figure 27: Consumption of Wine by Gender, Israel, 2016
Figure 28: Consumption of Wine by age, Israel, 2016
Figure 29: Consumption of Wine by education, Israel, 2016
Figure 30: Consumption of Wine by degree of urbanization, Israel, 2016
Figure 31: About
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  • Cristalino
  • Davide Campari-Milano S.p.A.
  • Laurent Perrier
  • NV Fratelli Cella
  • Sparkletini
  • Barkan Wine Cellars
  • Binyamina
  • Carmel Winery
  • Ein Karem
  • Golan Wines
  • Tabor Winery
  • Taperberg
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