In February 2021, Wine Intelligence will publish two reports on sustainable, organic and lower-alcohol wine. Global SOLA 2021: Opportunities in Sustainable, Organic and Alternative Wines 2021 will focus on Australia, Canada, Japan, Sweden, UK, US (Belgium, Ireland, Netherlands and Switzerland available upon request) and Global Low and No Alcohol Wine Opportunities 2021 will focus on Australia, Canada, US, UK (Belgium, Ireland, Japan, Netherlands and Switzerland available upon request). Both reports will be priced at 6 credits for the global report, or you can purchase an individual market for 1 credit each. For more information or to pre-order either or both of these reports, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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