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Wine Australia bullish on screwcaps in China – The Drinks Business

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Research conducted by Wine Intelligence shows rising recognition of screwcaps among Chinese wine drinkers, but natural cork remains the preferred closure.

A good year – James Halliday for The Australian

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 […]

September 2017

Millennials shy away from Chardonnay in Australia: What about Sonoma?

The Spill

The Spill, the Sonomo Index-Tribune’s column dedicated to trends in the wine industry, picks up on Australian Millennial’s reluctance to drink Chardonnay as reported in the Wine Intelligence report, Australia Landscapes 2017.

Golden age for cellar door tourism – Winetitles Media

Wine Title Meda

The latest report from Wine Intelligence, Cellar Door, Online and Wine Purchasing in Australia 2017, has caught the attention of Australia drinks news outlet Winetitles Media.

Boyd on wine: Screw cap, cork or something else? – The Press Democrat

Press Democrat

Gerald D. Boyd, reporting for the Press Democrat, uses Wine Intelligence data in his exploration of wine closure attitudes across the world. To read the full article, click here.

Il mercato enoico del giappone, il più maturo in asia per l’italia analizzato da Wine Intelligence – WineNews.It

Wine News

Following the publication of Japan Landscapes 2017, the latest overview of the Japanese wine market by Wine Intelligence, WineNews Italy summarises the key findings of the report.

Young consumers driving casual wine consumption in Japan – just-drinks

just drinks

Following the publication of the latest market insight into Japan’s wine industry, Japan Landscapes 2017 by Wine Intelligence, just-drinks reports on how the casualisation of wine consumption in Japan is bringing both opportunities and dangers.

Wine Intelligence abre oficina en España – La Semana Vitivinicola

La Semana Vitivinico

La Semana Vitivinicola reports on the opening of a new Wine Intelligence in Valladolid, Spain. Headed by Director of Spain and South America, Juan Park, the new office will help Wine Intelligence better serve their clients across Iberia.

Viaggio nella francia del vino, dove i consumi calano ma sono ancora da record, e la voglia di novitá, dal bag-in-box al rosé, passando per il tappo a vite, é la chiave per il future – WineNews.It

Wine News

WineNews.It shares the latest findings from the France Landscapes 2017 report by Wine Intelligence, examining the continued fall in wine consumption. But the growth of bag-in-box wines and rosé shows that the French market is anything but stagnant.

Grape prospects for European varietals as Australian wine drinkers diversify – Beverage Daily

Beveragedaily

Following the publication of Australia Landscapes 2017, Beverage Daily reports on the potential for European varietals in the Australian market.

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