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 […]
Announcing the Vinitrac® July 2017 wave
Talk to 360 million wine drinkers around the world
Wine Intelligence at ProWein Düsseldorf 2017
On Monday and Tuesday, March 20th & 21st, Wine Intelligence will lead two invitation-only client briefings at ProWein Düsseldorf 2017. Speakers Juan Park (Monday) and Richard Halstead (Tuesday) will delve into the latest hot-button issues in the wine trade, debunking myths and revealing hidden truths.
Why are brands worth investing in?
To help think about this question, I have been spending more time in the duty free shop at airports. At Frankfurt Duty Free last week, I could have paid from EUR 10 to EUR 2,700 for my brandy, depending on the brand, […]
Germany turns a corner
After years of trading down, Germany’s wine market seems to be going in the opposite direction.
Germany: the elevator pitch
Six talking points that describe where the German wine market is in 2015 – and where it is going
The learning web
The internet is becoming an increasingly important tool for teaching German consumers about wine
Wine Intelligence and Geisenheim University announce research partnership
Wine Intelligence Ltd and Geisenheim University today announce the signing of a historic research partnership agreement
Is social just local?
Wine Intelligence and Geisenheim University kick off their collaboration by showcasing research suggesting that social media strategy is very much a local affair