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Turning point?

Give and take

America’s voters have opted for a very different future. Their attitude to wine seems to be changing too.

Have some Madeira, y’all

Madeira

The other Portuguese fortified wine was the #1 drink in newly independent America – and its former glory still echoes in New York’s liquor stores

October 2016

Never mind the politics

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Despite (or perhaps because of) the most extraordinary White House race in decades, Americans are drinking more wine, and spending more on it

August 2016

Force for good?

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Our correspondent visits Pennsylvania’s state controlled liquor stores and comes away with a changed view

June 2016

Portrait of a new American wine drinker

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A walk in the shoes of your consumer can be useful marketing therapy

April 2016

Rosé flowers in the US market

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The market for rosé wines in the US is becoming more premium – and once again Millennials appear to be the agents of change

February 2016

Labels – how does yours compare?

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The most recent survey on label preferences continues to improve our industry benchmark for label design

Changing of the guard

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Millennials are slowly taking their place at the centre of US wine culture. Will they “ruin” the American wine market?

November 2015

The consumer around the corner

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What will today’s teens be shopping for at the liquor store in 2025?

American drinkers get crafty

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Wine is losing ground in its most important market to the new wave of artisanal beers, ciders and spirits

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