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It’s tempting to think pessimistic thoughts in the current political climate. Instead, here’s a more positive outlook for 2017 Because bad news sells, it’s easy to forget (or not know in the first place) that, by most measures,…
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Marketers’ obsessions with youth may be premature, at least in some markets If you are a careful reader of marketing media (and Wine Intelligence Network News), you could be forgiven for concluding that Millennials are now the only…
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Despite increased scrutiny from authorities, fake wines still litter the supply chain in China, undermining consumer confidence Wine which claims to be something that it is not, whether it’s plonk passing itself off as premier cru or…
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