The latest on low- and no-alcohol wine opportunities
Global 2021 report:
This report analyses consumers’ views on alcohol moderation and the low- and no-alcohol wine sectors. Over 17,000 regular wine drinkers across 17 wine markets were analysed, and this report dives into more detail for Australia, Canada, the UK and the US.
Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Germany, France, Ireland, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, US
Bolded markets indicate more detail in the report
Interested in SOLA (Sustainable and Organic) wine opportunities? See our separate report here.
Price & deliverable:
For 127-page PDF report: 6 credits | 3,000 GBP | 6,000 AUD | 4,200 USD | 3,600 EUR
Low- and No-alcohol market-specific 2021 reports:
These reports are an extract from the global Opportunities for Lower- and No-Alcohol 2021 report. They include the global management summary with additional specific-market data.
Australia, Canada, Ireland, Japan, Netherlands, UK, US
Price & deliverables:
For PDF report and data table: 3 credits | 1,500 GBP | 3,000 AUD | 2,100 USD | 1,800 EUR
For PDF report only: 2 credits | 1,000 GBP | 2,000 AUD | 1,400 USD | 1,200 EUR
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