Wine Intelligence’s new Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand reflects on starting his university’s wine club, being part of the Australian wine revolution, and why thoughtful innovation is the key to success
In our last Network News of the year, we take a look at our most influential stories from 2017
A good year – James Halliday for The Australian
James Halliday’s latest piece for The Australian serves as an overview of the Australian wine market and identifies China as Australia’s most important export market. Borrowing from the key trends in China that Wine Intelligence identified earlier in the year, Halliday comments: “Wine […]
Getting back to nature
Winemakers are getting back to their roots and employing a range of organic, biodynamic and preservative free practices. But does the consumer understand?
Australian Retail Wine Market Insights with Wine Australia
Wine Australia, IRI and Wine Intelligence will tag team to provide a comprehensive insight into the Australian retail wine market on Friday 20 October 2017, at the Australian Wine Research Institute in Adelaide. Wine Australia will provide an introduction and overview of […]
Millennials shy away from Chardonnay in Australia: What about Sonoma?
The Spill, the Sonomo Index-Tribune’s column dedicated to trends in the wine industry, picks up on Australian Millennial’s reluctance to drink Chardonnay as reported in the Wine Intelligence report, Australia Landscapes 2017.
Cellar Door, Online and Wine Club Purchasing in Australia 2017 report
Wine Intelligence presents its inaugural Cellar Door, Online and Wine Club Purchasing in Australia report for 2017. This report aims to explore winery and cellar door visitation in Australia, as well online purchasing and via wine clubs. With over half of regular […]
Golden age for cellar door tourism – Winetitles Media
The latest report from Wine Intelligence, Cellar Door, Online and Wine Purchasing in Australia 2017, has caught the attention of Australia drinks news outlet Winetitles Media.
Press Release: Continued growth in the number of drinkers in Australia who are enjoying sparkling wine, according to a new Wine Intelligence report
The number of Australian consumers who drink sparkling wine at least once per month has increased to 5.7 million, according to the latest report by Wine Intelligence, Sparkling Wine in the Australian Market 2017.
Grape prospects for European varietals as Australian wine drinkers diversify – Beverage Daily
Following the publication of Australia Landscapes 2017, Beverage Daily reports on the potential for European varietals in the Australian market.