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THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE
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AUSTRALIA

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Global Wine Markets, 1961 to 2009: A Statistical Compendium

The Wine Economics Research Centre has produced this latest edition of global wine statistics, in a major revision, expansion and update of the preceding issues of the Global Wine Statistical Compendium (listed below).

The pdf version of Global Wine Markets, 1961 to 2009: A Statistical Compendium may be downloaded free of charge from the University of Adelaide Press, where a hard copy also may be ordered for A$35.00 plus postage.

An overviews and 50 summary charts and tables are available here, as are the various sections of tables in Excel format:

Front pages - lists of tables and charts, statistical sources, technical notes, abbreviations, author's preface and introductory chapter on Wine's Globalization: the next phase. [pdf 32 pages, 122kB]

Charts: Global wine markets at a glance [pdf 28 pages, 330kB]

Tables:
I.  Global wine markets, 2007-09 [pdf 7 pages, 230kB; Excel 88kB]

II.  Wine markets by country: annual data and growth rates, 2000 to 2009 [pdf 89 pages, 5MB; Excel 2MB]

III.  Wine markets by country: 5-year data and decadal growth rates, 1961 to 2009 [pdf 89 pages, 3MB; Excel 711kB]

IV.  Wine bilateral trade, country by region, 1990 to 2009 [pdf 85 pages, 5MB; Excel 3MB]

V.  Wine bilateral trade, country by country, 2009 [pdf 57 pages, 2MB; Excel 513kB]

VI.  Value shares of national and global wine markets, by quality categories, 2009 [pdf 24 pages, 1MB; Excel 277kB]

VII.  Wine and other alcohol consumption and import taxes, 2008 [pdf 4 pages, 102kB; Excel 25kB]

VIII.  World rankings of top 20 wine countries by various indicators [pdf 12 pages, 366kB; Excel 116kB]

IX.  Summary data for each country and region: annual data, 2000 to 2009 [pdf 64 pages, 2MB; Excel 745kB]

X. Pre-World War II historical data, 1675 to 1938 [pdf 5 pages, 52kB; Excel 117kB]


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 Kym Anderson and Signe Nelgen's data track the astonishing changes undergone by the wine world over the last half-century in meticulous detail. This volume should be an essential download for everyone researching, studying or writing about wine.
     Andrew Jefford, wine writer for Decanter, author of The New France, and Australian Wine Writer in Residence at the University of Adelaide during 2010. 
 The authors have revised and expanded what was already an indispensable compendium to another, even higher level.
     Professor Orley Ashenfelter, Princeton University and founder/author/publisher of the newsletter Liquid Assets. 

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Previous editions of the Global Wine Statistical Compendium

The University of Adelaide's Centre for International Economic Studies published several versions of this compendium between 1998 and 2004, and the Centre of Policy Studies at Monash University produced the versions with data up to 2005 and 2006. Those previous two versions, distributed by Wine Australia, are:

The Global Wine Statistical Compendium, 1961 to 2006 
by Jeremy Rothfield and Glyn Wittwer  

The Global Wine Statistical Compendium, 1961 to 2005
by Glyn Wittwer and Jeremy Rothfield

Those publications were preceded by the following five CIES statistical compendia:

The Global Wine Statistical Compendium, 1961 to 2003 
by Glyn Wittwer and Kym Anderson

Global Wine Production, Consumption and Trade, 1961 to 2001: A Statistical Compendium
by Kym Anderson and David Norman

Global Wine Production, Consumption and Trade, 1961 to 1999: A Statistical Compendium
by Kym Anderson and David Norman

Bilateral Trade Patterns in the World Wine Market, 1988 to 1997: A Statistical Compendium, by Nicholas Berger and Kym Anderson 

Trends in the World Wine Market, 1961 to 1996: A Statistical Compendium,
by Nicholas Berger, Kym Anderson and Randy Stringer