October 2017

Getting back to nature


Winemakers are getting back to their roots and employing a range of organic, biodynamic and preservative free practices. But does the consumer understand?

Press Release: Discount supermarkets the fastest growing wine purchasing channel in South Korea as wine consumers become more price conscious, according to a new report by Wine Intelligence

South Korea Landscapes 2017

Almost a third of South Korean semi-annual imported wine drinkers now buy wine from discount supermarkets, marking a significant increase from 2016. Wary of high tax rates, bargain hunters are increasingly likely to opt for lower alcohol beverages such as Moscato or beer, both of which enjoy lower tax rates than standard still light wine.

South Korea Landscapes 2017

South Korea Landscapes 2017

This 74-page report is the result of our ongoing Vinitrac® quantitative survey of semi-annual imported wine drinkers in South Korea and in-depth trade interviews with local industry experts. Drawing on market experience and secondary sources to support our detailed analysis of how […]

Australian Retail Wine Market Insights with Wine Australia

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Wine Australia, IRI and Wine Intelligence will tag team to provide a comprehensive insight into the Australian retail wine market on Friday 20 October 2017, at the Australian Wine Research Institute in Adelaide. Wine Australia will provide an introduction and overview of […]

Chile Landscapes 2017

Chile Landscapes 2017

ABOUT THIS REPORT Drawing on data collected from in-depth trade interviews, triad interviews with regular wine drinkers in Chile, secondary sources and from Vinitrac® (the world’s largest ongoing omnibus survey on wine consumer attitudes and behaviours), this report is our first overview […]

Poland’s wine renaissance

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Poland’s wine market is set for an exciting period of growth – so long as its government doesn’t derail the economy

Revisiting Parker’s cork prediction

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What 10 years of consumer data on closure preferences tells us about complex systems

Is there a prescription for trading up?


Tim Jackson’s MW Research Paper suggests that around 8 hours of wine education ought to do the trick

Press Release: Growing “everyday celebration” culture driving sparkling revolution in Singapore, according to a new report by Wine Intelligence

Singapore Landscapes 2017

Singaporeans are going out more often, and drinking sparkling wine more often, as the quality and diversity of on-trade offers improves, according to new research conducted by Wine Intelligence for their latest report, Singapore Landscapes 2017.

Singapore Landscapes 2017

Singapore Landscapes 2017

Wine Intelligence today releases Singapore Landscapes 2017, its first in-depth market analysis of this strategic southeast Asian hub. Singapore represents both a local consumption and re-export market, with strong links to countries like Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia, robust logistical infrastructure and import/export […]

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