https://www.wineintelligence.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/cans-image-.jpg 756 756 Serina Aswani https://www.wineintelligence.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/logo5.png Serina Aswani2021-06-30 11:40:112021-07-27 22:27:256 key factors wine businesses should consider when evaluating the opportunity for wine in cans
Canned wine continues to grow ahead of other formats, albeit from a very small base, in key global markets such as the USA. At a time when the volume of wine consumed in many mature markets is flattening off or in decline, it’s perhaps no…
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The latest Portugal Wine Landscapes 2021 shows that despite on-trade closures and the lack of tourists, the wine industry in Portugal still had some winners in terms of premiumisation and increased wine drinking occasions throughout 2020 2020,…
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According to our latest report, Opportunities for Low- and No-Alcohol Wine 2021, there is a growing movement towards moderation, particularly among younger consumers, creating a need for healthier options, more control, and, most importantly,…
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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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After an unusual summer season where wine volumes are expected to climb as more Swedes choose to stock up on bag in box and head out to the islands, the market will revert to its long-term trends – and the problems of engaging young adults…
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Wine Intelligence CEO Lulie Halstead spoke at the Wine Market Council event Wine Data 2020 on the subject of wellness and moderation and how these are impacting the future of wine
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“Perfect storm” threat to wine in the US from decreasing consumption and hard seltzer taking centre stage The story of the US wine market for the last 20 years has been one of more or less continually increasing sales. It’s been an unstoppable…
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The biggest threat to the wine industry in the next decade may be coming from regular wine drinkers substituting wine for other drinks at certain occasions, such as hard seltzer and cannabis wine Until recently, wine has managed to navigate…
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