Factors of wine demand in the Czech Republic and in the neighbouring wine-growing countries
R. Kučerováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/5127-AGRICECONCitation:Kučerová R. (2005): Factors of wine demand in the Czech Republic and in the neighbouring wine-growing countries. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 51: 403-410.
The paper is focused on the analysis of the wine demand and chosen factors which influence the wine demand in the Czech Republic, in Slovakia, in Austria, and in Germany. In the Czech Republic, the wine consumption per inhabitant went up slightly in 1994–2003, the wine demand has a rising trend. The wine demand has the rising trend in Germany as well. In Slovakia, the year wine consumption per inhabitant decreased by 14.9% from 1994 to 2003; in Austria by 7.7%. There is a downward trend of development in these countries. The influence of the analyzed factors on the development of the wine demand is different in the particular countries. The dependence is possible to follow at the total level of incomes in comparison with the consumer’s price of wine.Keywords:
demand, wine, consumption of wine, consumer’s price, average wages, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia