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Bring on the Italian fizz

…(For example, the first four markets account for 65% of exports in comparison to the 43% of Champagne). Therefore, wineries must learn to build credible, strong brands that will drive…

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Canada fizzes up

…and health-conscious options globally.* But this is not to say that Champagne is being neglected. French sparkling (including Champagne) still has 16% of the market by volume, and consumers still…

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Move over Champagne

…except for imported sparkling wine brands, namely Cava and Prosecco. Champagne remains a dominant brand, but its price-perceptions have deteriorated No surprise that Champagne dominates the category (prompted awareness 88%,…

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Wine 2.0 for Hong Kong

…they are no longer considered to be just a summer wine by Hong Kong drinkers. Sparkling wine is also gaining momentum, particularly for French Champagne, with over half of Hong…

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Another sun rises

…tasted ranged from crispy white wines, full-bodied, rounder oaked wines through to the delicate champagne-method fizz. Five of the ten wines we tasted were made from the same varietal, yet…

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March of the imports

Champagne and (Italian) Prosecco are making inroads into the Australian sparkling wine market, thanks to more adventurous younger consumers In the 5-year period between 2013 and 2017, the total consumption…

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Vintage bubbles

…approachable price point. Average spend on a bottle of Prosecco in stores is around £10, which is about half the price of a bottle of Champagne (more than £20). That…

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Bubbles on the rise in Canada

…consumers as ‘Canadian Champagne’) has the broadest consumption reach, with over 50% of sparkling drinkers saying they had tried Canadian sparkling or Canadian Champagne in the past year. In unprompted…

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Premium bonds

Wine Intelligence CEO Lulie Halstead reflects on the consumer relationship with premium wine following the recent Fine Minds 4 Fine Wines conference held in Champagne, France How do we define…

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Sweden’s fizzical embrace

…families and price, regardless of sparkling wine type. Of the sparkling wines available, Champagne is the frontrunner in terms of both awareness and consumption, being consumed by over half of…

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Sparkling Wine in the Swedish Market 2018

…3. CHAMPAGNE, PROSECCO, AND CAVA MOST POPULAR AMONGST SWEDISH CONSUMERS Champagne, Prosecco and Cava have the highest awareness rates amongst Swedish drinkers, with Champagne and Prosecco consumed by over half…

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Vinitrac® Sparkling standard questions

…the wines produced in Champagne. Please give your answer on a scale of to 10 where 0=“Very low quality” and 10=“Very high quality”. Contact us today to learn more about…