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The Chinese wine market is a fast-evolving creature, often tough to keep track of. Some of the changes over the past 5 years have been so rapid and dislocating that they have quickly destroyed the viability supposedly robust business models,…
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Talk to 360 million wine drinkers around the world The July 2017 wave of the world’s biggest ongoing research study of wine drinkers, Vinitrac®, is getting ready to launch. If you’d like to find out more about your wine consumers,…
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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 simply…
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Most of the media attention about wine still focuses in Tier 1 cities like Shanghai, while the real growth story is now in Tier 2 Although we often hear China described as an “awakening dragon” or a booming economy that rivals the likes…
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China has embraced online and mobile commerce with open arms, and the online wine market is ripe with opportunity as a result.
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As Chinese consumers become more knowledgeable about wine, will the changing drinking culture in country lead to an on-trade boom?
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Despite a slowing economy, China’s imported wine market continues to grow. Our latest China Landscapes report sheds light on this, in the process mapping out the changes affecting the country’s consumption patterns and retail development
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The latest Wine Intelligence calibration study of the Chinese wine market suggests that the imported wine drinking population has ballooned by 10 million in 2 years How many people drink imported wine in China nowadays? Nobody knows exactly.…
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The traditional down-in-one “ganbei” is giving way to a more sedate form of social drinking