August 2017

Chinese wine lovers snub screwcap, for now – Decanter

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Another article on Wine Intelligence’s research into closures (natural cork, synthetic cork and screwcap) comes from Decanter journalist Andrziej Binkiewicz. Picking up on the distinctive differences between our key markets – Australia, China, Germany, the UK and US – the article highlights […]

China prefers corks for wine, UK don’t mind – Sino

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Sino Spectrum, a London-based radio station bringing together the UK and China, also leads with a story based on Wine Intelligence’s insights into wine closures. Our multi-market research allows us to draw comparisons between Chinese wine drinkers (much more concerned about natural cork […]

An age apart

Australia

As Australia’s domestic production diversifies, the age gap in consumer tastes begins to widen

Keeping an open mind on closures

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Cork is still king in the consumer’s mind, but how do other closures stack up across the world?

Denomination dominates drinks design awards

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Rowena Curlewis, CEO of specialist drinks design agency Denomination, reflects on their success at this year’s Harpers Design Awards 2017. With more trophies than they can count and the honour of being named 2017’s Design Agency of the Year, Denomination are playing […]

From a land down under

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A radical overhaul of alcohol taxation and innovative packaging design could have a deep and lasting impact on the Australian wine market

July 2017

Judgement day

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As wine shows and competitions proliferate, the value of a gold medal comes down to the integrity of the judging process.

China grows up

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Our research director finds 12 reasons why the Chinese wine market is becoming more mature

May 2017

Announcing the Vinitrac® July 2017 wave

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Talk to 360 million wine drinkers around the world

March 2017

Notes of leather

Australia

Describing a wine’s taste for a mass consumer audience is a tricky task – is it worth it?

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