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In a tightly contested marketplace, what influences us to choose product A over product B? What draws different individuals to different brands? Most of us think that the choices we make to inform our decisions are based upon rational thought…
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While the long-awaited launch of Amazon into the Australian market in December failed to live up the hype, there are signs that the online juggernaut is now making its presence felt At a recent Drinks Association Network Breakfast Yngve…
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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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Tim Jackson’s MW Research Paper suggests that around 8 hours of wine education ought to do the trick
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When it comes to the luxury end of the wine category, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I had the opportunity to spend two wonderful days as a guest of Nicole Rolet of Chêne Bleu last week, participating in a new think-tank style…
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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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Despite (or perhaps because of) the most extraordinary White House race in decades, Americans are drinking more wine, and spending more on it It’s difficult to know yet whether the apparent transformation of the US presidential election…
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The UK bricks-and-mortar retail scene is reinventing itself as a “brand experience” destination
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Our correspondent visits Pennsylvania’s state controlled liquor stores and comes away with a changed view