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Australia pays the price

Australia Landscapes 2019 explores how wine is becoming a more occasional treat amid a sustained change in national behaviour towards lower alcohol consumption and more diverse beverage consumption habits Over the past 12 months, the Australian…
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Delicately poised

What the annual Compass World Wine Market Attractiveness Model 2019 tells us about the future for our category Wine Intelligence’s Global Compass 2019 report is the 7th edition of our long-running effort to create a consistent, measurable…
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Chinese wine consumers step up

China Portraits 2019 reveals changing consumer behaviours and attitudes to the wine category that are more aligned to a typical developed world wine market China remains a wine market with great potential, despite recent falls in imported…
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Sustain in Spain

Spain Landscapes 2019 explores how the wine industry in the country can become more sustainable for businesses, consumers and the natural environment Sustainability has been in the headlines a lot over the past year, and Wine Intelligence has…
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Making room for Brazilian wine consumers

Brazil Country Manager, Rodrigo Lanari, and Director for Spain and South America, Juan Park, reflect on their recent seminar in Chile looking at how Brazil’s wine consumer is changing Brazilian wine consumers have had a growing relationship…
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Bring on the Italian fizz

Pierpaolo Penco, Country Manager for Italy, discusses how Sicily is an increasingly popular sparkling wine producer and what this may mean for other lesser-known areas producing sparkling wine Sparkling wine is growing rapidly, both in…
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Canada fizzes up

Sparkling wine in the Canadian market is on the rise, as Prosecco is a growing preference amongst younger consumers The sparkling wine trend that has taken many developed markets by storm over the past decade has become a significant factor…
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What does sustainability mean throughout the world?

Following our Global SOLA report, our recently published country specific mini-SOLAs for Australia, Canada, Sweden, the US and the UK examine ethical consumerism in the wine industry in greater detail Last month, we released our latest insights…
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Five ways to sell sustainability

Wine producers hoping to build commercial success around sustainability and environmentally friendly products should take some cues from the latest thinking in behavioural economics, according to Wine Intelligence CEO Lulie Halstead We all…
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Trade expert interviews now available in Australia:

Trade expert in-depth interviews with distributors, critics, national and independent retailers, on-premise operators and key opinion formers Format: At least 10 one-on-one trade expert depth interviews 15 minutes of standard market…
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Move over Champagne

Six things you need to know about the French market for sparkling wine, according to Wine Intelligence’s Avignon office Back in 2017 France ranked third in the world for sparkling wine consumption, just behind Germany and Italy.* It…
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The four things wine consumers care about

Extracts from CEO Lulie Halstead’s presentation at London Wine Fair in May 2019 at a seminar on future consumer behaviour What is driving consumers to purchase the wines they do and how are they making these decisions? And how might…