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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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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…
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An adventurous burgeoning middle class and a strengthening economy makes Colombia one of the most attractive Latin American markets – for now Historically, the Columbian wine drinker has been set in their ways. If one was to ask him…
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Will the emergence of new cool climate regions of the world inspire or confuse consumers in emerging markets?
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The traditional down-in-one “ganbei” is giving way to a more sedate form of social drinking
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