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An interview with Antonio Rallo, President of Consorzio di Tutela della DOC Sicilia Antionio Rallo has been immersed in Italian vineyards since he was three years old. From doing his homework in a winery, to becoming President of Consorzio…
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An interview with Italy Country Manager, Pierpaolo Penco Based in Italy, Pierpaolo is a wine consultant to the Italian wine industry, as well as a wine marketing lecturer. He collaborates with several Italian wine consortiums, associations…
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An interview with Brazil Country Manager, Rodrigo Lanari Based in São Paulo, Rodrigo is responsible for the Wine Intelligence client base in Brazil, as well as coordinating research and strategy projects in South America. He started his…
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The human brain is still struggling, in evolutionary terms, to master the notion of money. In the absence of a more sophisticated management system, it uses its ancient pain and reward mechanisms – with some interesting consequences for those of us charged with selling wine
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The Australian Capital Territory has passed a bill legalising the personal use and possession of cannabis. With growing trends in alternative wines and wine substitutes, what could this mean for the Australian wine industry?
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Depending on who you believe, millennial consumers in the UK are either great news for the wine category or an unfolding catastrophe. Who is right? What are those millennials up to? The question rings round boardrooms and marketing departments…
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The first two decades of the 21st century have witnessed some fundamental shifts in British culture and behaviour. Amongst other things, the UK has seen an unprecedented and sustained fall in regular alcohol consumption, particularly among…
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Last week, CEO Lulie Halstead and Brazil Country Manager Rodrigo Lanari spoke to a packed audience of Argentinean wine producers about market trends in the US and Brazil and how Argentinian wines can perform well in these markets The current…
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France Landscapes 2019 reveals that although wine consumption remains in decline, consumers are becoming more involved with the category and drinking wine at more diverse occasions Talk of declining wine consumption in France is as old as…
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