It’s a quality thing: Behind the Global Compass 2018-19 report
Our recent report reveals that consumers are increasingly trading up in the world’s top 50 wine markets as volumes flatline
Global Consumer Trends 2018
For the sixth year in a row, Wine Intelligence has undertaken a global review to examine consumer trends all over the world. With offices in the UK, France, Italy, Germany, South Africa, the US, Spain, Brazil and Australia, we have taken a […]
The choice monster
Proliferation of options in consumer goods is a fact of 21st century life, but is it a good thing?
How Halloween is casting a spell over autumn drinks campaigns
Press Release: Poland, Taiwan and the United Arab Emirates wine markets upgraded from Emerging to Growth, according to a new Wine Intelligence report
The latest iteration of the Global Compass 2017 report, recently published by Wine Intelligence, has changed the status of Poland, Taiwan and the United Arab Emirates from Emerging markets to Growth markets, in an annual ranking of the world’s 50 most attractive wine markets.
Press Release: The USA remains the world’s most attractive wine market, with China entering the top 5, according to a new Wine Intelligence report
Using a unique formula that takes into account both general economic and specific wine market measures, this report is a definitive ranking of the world’s most attractive export markets. For the fourth consecutive year, the USA holds pole position with Germany and Canada earning second and third position respectively.
Organic by Nature: The re-emergence of Croatia’s wine industry
Buoyed by Dubrovnik’s burgeoning tourist industry, Croatian wine is finding its feet again
What’s hot in the global village
Last Friday, industry professionals from every sector joined Wine Intelligence in central London for our inaugural Global Consumer Trends 2017 workshop.
Global Consumer Trends Workshop 2017 Series
Join Wine Intelligence for our latest series of interactive workshops where we explore the latest in global behavioural and attitudinal consumer trends.
Marketers’ obsessions with youth may be premature, at least in some markets