Rising Consumption of Low Alcoholic Drinks Propel Wine Barrel Market, Says FMI

follows beer and spirits among worldwide consumable alcoholic beverages. Consumption
of wine is set to increase in line with low alcoholic drinks, thereby fueling
the market of wine barrels. However, manufacturers are moving to cheaper
alternatives, including chips, and powdered tannins, for aging wines – a factor
hindering market growth.

Sales of wine barrels remain highest in North America and Western Europe owing to increased demand for low alcoholic drinks, especially in the US, and France. FMI, in its recent market study, finds that global wine barrel market is estimated to click ~US$ 4 Bn in 2019, and is anticipated to grow at a healthy CAGR of ~5% over forecast period (2019-2029).

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French Oak Leads, American Oak Catches Up

producers, in majority of incidents, leverage either French oak or American oak
for aging process of wines. The wide grain in American oak barrels enable
greater interaction between wines and wood during the aging process. Consequently,
consumers can enjoy diverse flavors, including sweet spice, coconut, vanilla, and
dill. On the flip side, the tighter grain in French oak barrels provides less space
for wood-wine interaction, imparting hints of flavors, such as dark chocolate,
and roasted coffee.

French oak, owing to higher porosity as compared to American oak, results in greater concentration of flavors. However, high costs associated with French oak barrels are restricting their prominence to large-scale wineries. Yet, FMI reveals that demand for French oak barrels is projected to grow at healthy rate over forecast period.

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Stainless Steel – A Perfect Substitute

producers have to dispose of barrels after the functional aspects of barrels
diminish – normally 3-5 years. Oak wine barrels significantly add to winemaking
process, resulting in lesser returns. Further, governments across the globe are
imposing strict regulations against deforestation, thereby paving way for
alternative materials.

Stainless steel has emerged as sustainable alternative to oak wine barrels following exceptional recyclability. Consumers’ shift towards less oaky wines is influencing winemakers to age their wines via alternatives, such as stainless steel wine barrels. In addition, stainless steel wine barrels are re-usable, thereby they are ideal for small-scale wineries.

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Analysts at FMI suggest that “Wine is associated with enhanced health benefits. Consumption of wine is increasing worldwide, particularly among millennials. In a bid to reduce alcoholic intake, consumers are turning to low-alcoholic beverages, such as wines. Such trends are fueling the market of wine barrels in coming years.”

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