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As we count down the days to a new decade, looking back and looking forward is inevitable. Looking back at the most read stories from Wine Intelligence Weekly in 2019, two key themes emerge – ‘who are our future drinkers?’ and ‘how…
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How did our resident futurologist’s five predictions for this year perform? Timing is everything in the prediction industry. Too early and you look like a fool for a while, and only justified much later; slightly too late and you are stating…
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The 10-year boom in wine imports to Hong Kong may be finished, but growing local consumer engagement in the category is pushing up value and broadening portfolios Hong Kong’s wine market can be neatly characterised around one year: 2008.…
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Wine Intelligence CEO Lulie Halstead, speaking at the World’s Most Admired Wine Brands awards ceremony sponsored by Drinks International, on why it’s important to be an admired brand Wine Intelligence was delighted when Christian…
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