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Brazil re-emerges

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Rodrigo Lanari, Wine Intelligence Country Manager for Brazil, and editor of the new Brazil Routes to Market report, reveals how the wine category is staging a renaissance in this populous but troubled BRIC country

May 2018

Brazil Routes to Market 2018

Brazil Routes to Market 2018

Our first-ever Brazil Routes to Market 2018 report aims to unpick the mysteries of the Brazilian supply chain and investigate the impact that the recent political and economic crisis has had on the wine market. In this report, we reveal what opportunities […]

April 2018

Signs of progress, more order needed

Brazil Trip

Luis Osorio, Country Manager for Portugal, reflects on his recent trip to Brazil and what the wine sector in the country needs to do to succeed

March 2018

The digital buzz in Brazil

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Brazil has the world’s third highest incidence of online shoppers among regular wine drinkers, according to Wine Intelligence’s first report on Online Retail and Communication in the Brazilian Market 2018 report.

Online Retail and Communication in the Brazilian Market 2018

Brazil E-Retail and Comms

The latest Wine Intelligence report on the Brazilian wine market – Online Retail and Communication in the Brazilian Market 2018 – is a brand new report that provides an overview of online shopping habits in Brazil and how different organisations are using […]

September 2017

Market briefing: Brazil

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Wine Intelligence Project Manager Luis Osorio answers 10 key questions about the Brazilian wine market

July 2017

Introducing Rodrigo

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The view of the wine category from our newest recruit, Brazil country manager Rodrigo Lanari

May 2017

Announcing the Vinitrac® July 2017 wave

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Talk to 360 million wine drinkers around the world

March 2017

Samba noises again?

View over Brazil

It’s been a hard few years, but Brazil’s wine market appears to be turning a corner

April 2015

A domestic affair

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For a variety of reasons, wine in Brazil most often means wine made in Brazil. Will this phenomenon continue?
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