Wine demonstrated positive volume growth in 2021. For the most part, this growth was driven by the expansion of still red wine, which remains the dominant wine category due to its broad popularity and wide product offer.
Consumption of still white wine in Uzbekistan continues to exhibit a seasonal character with surges in demand occurring in hotter periods of the year and a rather small volume of sales being observed during autumn and winter. Still white wine continues to lose out to still red wine, as the latter has a longer established tradition of consumption in the market.
In Uzbekistan’s highly fragmented wine landscape, Uzvinsanoat-holding is an umbrella company for all domestic wine manufacturers in the country. In addition, Asven Distilleries (Mehnat Group), Hamkor (Cháteau Hamkor) and Tashkentvino are considered major wine manufacturers, producing popular brands at affordable prices.
The favourable conditions that the government’s tax policies created for wine producers during the review period are expected to support sales and production of domestic wine. This will occur at the expense of imported wine, which will likely continue to struggle to attract price sensitive local consumers if players cannot lower their costs.
Mandatory digital alcoholic drinks labelling will have an additional positive effect on the development of wine in Uzbekistan over the forecast period. Such market “whitening” will push consumption of wine towards the legal segment, expanding the visible and quantifiable market.
Still red and still white wine are expected to continue to dominate total volume sales of wine over the forecast period, while also being expected to see the most dynamic growth. While prices have increased in recent years, still red and still white wine remain the most affordable options and as such have the widest appeal.
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