Top 5 sellers in the organic wine market from 2017 to 2021: Technavio

LONDON–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Technavio

announced the top five vendors in their recent global organic wine market report. This research report also lists eight other top vendors expected to impact the market during the forecast period.

Competitive landscape of suppliers

the global organic wine market is subject to rapidly changing consumer demands and preferences. The performance of manufacturers in the market may be affected by changing consumer habits. It can also be affected by consumer tastes; regional, national and local economic conditions; and demographic trends.

The market is very fragmented due to the presence of many small and large sellers. Sellers in the market compete against each other on the basis of factors such as price, quality, innovation, reputation and distribution.“says Manjunath Reddy, a alcoholic beverages Technavio research analyst.

Increasing competition from manufacturers may lead companies to lower the prices of their products, which will negatively affect margins and market growth. The current market includes companies of various sizes.

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The five best sellers in the organic wine market

Emiliana organic vineyards

Emiliana Organic Vineyards is located in Chile and is considered the largest organic vineyard in the world. They own over 800 hectares of certified organic vineyards in Chile and produce around 580,000 cases of certified organic wine. The company exports its wines to more than 60 countries.

King Winery

The total estate covers an area of ​​approximately 1,033 acres, of which 465 are organically grown. King Estate Winery is certified organic by Oregon Tilth and is recognized as the largest contiguous organic vineyard in the world. The company remains a family and operated entity. The company produces around 350,000 cases of wine per year.

The Wine Group

The Wine Group is the world’s second largest wine producer by volume. The company markets its products in North America, Western Europe and Asia. The main brands are Franzia, flipflop, Almaden and Cupcake.

Wineries of the Trésor

Treasury Wine Estates is an Australian wine company. It is a vertically integrated wine company, active in viticulture and winemaking. The business model of the company operates on the main operations such as grape cultivation, grape sourcing and the production, marketing, distribution and packaging of wine.

Concha y Toro

Concha y Toro is distributed in UK, Brazil, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Singapore, USA and Mexico. Its retail activity is carried out through its sales offices in Canada, South Africa and China. The main subsidiaries of the company include Viña Cono Sur, Viña Maipo, Viña Palo Alto, Viña Maycas del Limari and Trivento Bodegas y Vinedos.

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