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When looking at the number of wine brands consumers recall and purchase, the data shows a big variance by market – why is this? Starting next week, thousands of wine consumers around the world will be asked about their usage and attitude…
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Why do certain wine brands achieve more traction than others in our 2020 Global Wine Brand Power Index? With third edition of the Wine Intelligence Global Wine Brand Power Index, some experienced readers may be growing familiar with some of…
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Being a powerful brand in a category as complex as wine has never been more important. Unfortunately, building that brand relationship in the consumer’s mind is getting harder. What makes a wine brand ‘powerful’ from a consumer perspective?…
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