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Back in April 2020, at the height of the first global Covid lockdown, the wine category was understandably nervous. One of its key routes to market – on-premise – was shut; going to the shops was difficult (and, in some cases, a danger…
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What do our most read articles of the year reveal about the things that matter to the wine industry in this rollercoaster year? Throughout this remarkable year, Wine Intelligence has been keeping a close eye on how consumers around the world…
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How we help answer the fundamental strategy questions of: ‘what markets do you want to be in’ and ‘how do you get there?’ After almost 20 years of existence and over 100 strategy projects completed around the world, it’s fair to…
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Poland climbed 9 places to become the 5th most attractive wine market in the Wine Intelligence Global Compass 2020 Market Attractiveness report. What is fuelling this growth? Back in 2017, we predicted an “exciting period of growth” ahead…
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The Coronavirus outbreak in China will decrease wine volumes by at least 20% in 2020, according to two leading members of the wine industry in China With the cancellation of ProWein this weekend, Coronavirus, or Covid-19, continues to impact…
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Research Manager Emily Carroll discusses her recent trip home to Idaho, and what trade experts have to say about the budding local wine industry there When you think of wine originating from the US, you typically think of a Californian Cab…
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In our last Network News of the year, we take a look at our most influential stories from 2017
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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
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Chile’s globally renowned wines are gaining more traction in its domestic market Large wine-producing countries, on the whole, tend to have a higher wine per capita consumption rates. France, Portugal and Italy, for example, all feature…
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