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While on-premise restrictions and the loss of foreign tourists represented major setbacks for Spain’s wine sector, the COVID era is having a positive change in Spanish attitudes towards wine How was 2020 for wine in Spain? Ask restaurants…
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Director for Spain and South America, Juan Park, discusses the development of underwater wine in Bilbao, and the importance and struggles of being ultra-different Marketing, at its best, is associated with bringing innovative products to market…
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Spain Landscapes 2019 explores how the wine industry in the country can become more sustainable for businesses, consumers and the natural environment Sustainability has been in the headlines a lot over the past year, and Wine Intelligence has…
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China’s pace of change means wine market business models need to evolve rapidly to keep up
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Wines made using organic, biodynamic and sustainable practices are becoming better known, but consumer confusion persists
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What 10 years of consumer data on closure preferences tells us about complex systems
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Following a period of sustained growth, Wine Intelligence is expanding their international network of offices and associates to include Spain. Headed up by Director of Spain and South America Juan Park, the Valladolid office is surrounded by some of Spain’s most noted winegrowing regions.
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