WI: The Evolution of Wine Drinkers in Australia and Beyond 2019
Climate Change Leadership Porto 2019
VinExpo NY 2019
Driving future value in wine 2019
Brand Power, Innovations & Trends Workshop Series 2018
Women of the Vine & Spirits – International Summit London 2018
Fine Minds 4 Fine Wines, France 2018
Vinexpo Hong Kong 2018
Australian Retail Wine Market Insights 2017
Lulie Halstead, Wine Intelligence CEO, and the Wine Intelligence Australia team came together for a briefing specifically developed to support Australian wine businesses. This briefing reviewed our latest insights focused on wine consumer trends, as well as diving into the behavioural and attitudinal evolution of wine drinkers, both domestically and in key Australian export markets.
This briefing coincided with the release of the latest edition of our wine drinker segmentation report: Australia Portraits 2019. Throughout the session, we explored the behavioural data and insight collected over six years to map the evolution of wine drinkers in Australia. We discussed how their behaviour and attitudes have developed and projected forward to anticipate the needs and demands of the wine drinkers of the future.
In addition to exploring the evolution of the Australian wine drinkers, we also focused on the wine behavioural changes that have impacted the key wine export markets of the US, UK and Canada.
Wine Intelligence at ProWein 2019 @ Düsseldorf, Germany
This global series of workshops will include findings from the Wine Intelligence Global Wine Brand Power Index 2018, our Global Consumer Trends 2018 report and other insights from the global wine and drinks industry.
During these workshops, we will consider how the most powerful wine brands are embracing innovation and new product development in order to keep ahead of the game.
Upcoming Locations, Dates and Prices*
Auckland, New Zealand
24 July | NZD 220 + GST
*Organisations with All Access memberships receive 2 free tickets.
São Paulo, Brazil
São Paulo, Brazil
London, United Kingdom
Franschhoek, South Africa
19 June | USD 150
Valencia, España – in partnership with PTV
26 June | prices vary
Women of the Vine & Spirits – International Summit London @ QEII Centre, Westminster
On the 28th of June 2018, CEO Lulie Halstead spoke at the Women of the Vine & Spirit’s International Summit in London. This event was the first-of-its-kind gathering of women and men dedicated to collaborating, supporting and advancing women in the alcohol beverage industry, worldwide. She was be part of a panel discussing how leading women, such as herself, in the industry have been self-empowered, collaborated with others and the steps others can take to make a change and an impact for women in the industry.
Venue: QEII Centre, Westminster
Date: 28th June 2018
Time: 8:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Fine Minds 4 Fine Wines @ Damery – Champagne, France
In July 2018 July, Wine Intelligence CEO Lulie Halstead spoke at the Fine Minds 4 Fine Wines conference in Damery – Champagne, France. The conference was titled ‘Lead the Future of Fine Wines’ and focused on fostering conversation and collaboration from all walks of life that will actively help shape the future of fine wine, whilst preserving its cultural heritage, craftsmanship and artisan skill. Lulie spoke specifically about trends and opportunities to 2030.
Venue: Damery – Champagne, France
Date: 5th – 7th July 2018
Vinexpo Hong Kong 2018 Conference @ Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Last May, Wine Intelligence Research Director Chuan Zhou presented at the Market Conference hosted by Wine Australia, on the second day of Vinexpo Hong Kong 2018. The theme of the conference was ‘Growing demand for Australian Wine.’
Amongst fellow speakers, Chuan examined the future trends for wine in key Asian markets, building on market and consumer insights from Wine Intelligence in Greater China, Japan, South Korea and Singapore. His presentation investigated future consumer demand for, and expectations of wine and reviewed the trends that will impact consumers’ wine choice. Wine Intelligence has been tracking consumer behaviours and attitudes towards wine in key Asian markets for nearly 10 years and Chuan used these insights to examine the myths and realities of Asian wine market dynamics and asked:
What will motivate future consumers in Asia?
How will consumer demand impact routes to market?
What will successful wine brands look like in the future?
Venue: Conference Hall, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Australian Retail Wine Market Insights @ Australian Wine Research Institute in Adelaide
Wine Australia, IRI and Wine Intelligence came together to provide a comprehensive insight into the Australian retail wine market on Friday 20 October 2017, at the Australian Wine Research Institute in Adelaide.
Wine Australia gave an introduction and overview of the market, IRI interpreted category trends and how they might translate to the wine market, while Wine Intelligence provided supplementary insights through the eyes of the consumer.
IRI’s Channel Development Director, David Shukri, delivered insights on broad grocery category performance and identifying trends that are likely to cross-over to alcohol.
The categories covered included:
top line channel performance across grocery
the ‘connected consumer (impact of digital in shopper decision)
health and wellbeing trends, and
development of the private label market in Australia.
Wine Intelligence Country Manager, for Australia and New Zealand said while Australia was a mature and developed wine market there were some signs of ‘trading up’ as consumers sought quality over quantity.
The topics Ms Lee covered include:
Australian regular wine drinker consumer segmentation
growth in the sparkling and rosé categories
expansion of varietals sought, and growing importance of regionality
natural, biodynamic and organic wines, and
direct to consumer channels.
Venue: Australian Wine Research Institute, Waite Precinct, Adelaide, Australia