Chalone Wine Group SWOT Analysis, USP & Competitors
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SWOT Analysis of Chalone Wine Group with USP, Competition, STP (Segmentation, Targeting, Positioning) - Marketing Analysis
Chalone Wine Group Ltd
Food and Beverages
By developing or acquiring vineyards in distinctly different locales, Chalone Wine Group assures that each wine estate produces wines that reflect its unique location.
Premium wine and beverages
Red and White Wine lovers with a taste.
Wines of highest quality and signature profile.
1. Has acquired first-class wine estates in distinctive grape growing regions with unique characteristics. 2. Bought and backed by globally acclaimed British Giant “Diageo” (world's largest producer of spirits). 3. Possess a Chain of well-known subsidiaries like Acacia Winery; Carmenet Vineyard; Chalone Vineyard; Echelon Vineyards; Canoe Ridge Vineyards; Staton Hills Winery.
4. Achieved third rank out of ten from France and the U.S. in the historic Judgment of Paris wine competition.
5. Excellent product quality and good packaging
1. Present in California along with abundant of other companies, low differentiation. 2. Restricted to just six wineries in California and two in Washington (within USA). 3. Scarcity of location with unique terrain features that Chalone work in.
1. Chalone Wine Group also owned a part of the Chateau Duhart-Milon estate in France. Focus on developing these markets apart from USA. 2. Expansion into other countries with the help of strong distribution network of the Parent company. 3. Presence of big market for wine in USA to increase share/revenues.
1. Subjected to too much of competition with lots of companies fighting in the same space. 2. Followed by acquisition, low marketing emphasis can reduce differentiating characteristics of the firm, leading to loss of identity.
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