Gli sparkling ad Hong Kong per capire come sfondare in Asia – Wine Meridian
Following Research Director Chuan Zhou’s appearance on The Business of Bubbles and Beyond panel at the Kong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair, Wine Meridian have provided a useful summary of the panel’s discussion.
China Portraits 2017
This 83-page report is a comprehensive wine consumer segmentation study of 52 million Chinese urban upper-middle class drinkers of imported wine. Readers familiar with our previous China Portraits reports will be aware that it is designed to enhance marketing strategy development, and […]
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 […]
‘The Business of Bubbles and Beyond’
In a seminar entitled “Trends to Watch in 2018: The Business of Bubbles and Beyond”, Chuan Zhou will join moderator Debra Meiburg MW and other panellists for an interactive discussion between speaker and audience at this year’s Honk Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair 2017.
Chinese wine lovers snub screwcap, for now – Decanter
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
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 […]
Keeping an open mind on closures
Cork is still king in the consumer’s mind, but how do other closures stack up across the world?
China grows up: part two
Two weeks ago, we explored four key trends in China’s maturing market. Today, we talk about four more, covering youth, sparkling, whites, and closures.
China grows up
Our research director finds 12 reasons why the Chinese wine market is becoming more mature
China: is it time for white wine?
The Chinese wine market is a fast-evolving creature, often tough to keep track of. Some of the changes over the past 5 years have been so rapid and dislocating that they have quickly destroyed the viability supposedly robust business models, while creating […]