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Ireland’s wine market looks like it will emerge stronger after a year of pandemic and lockdowns, despite the twin blows of on-trade restrictions and loss of tourism revenues It seems strange to sound a positive note about the Covid-19 pandemic…
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Irish wine drinkers consumed wine more frequently in March / April 2020, but spent less per bottle on average. This downloadable PDF gives an overview of how Irish consumers’ social, shopping, drinking and wine lives have and may change due…
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Why is it that Ireland boasts some of the most well-informed wine consumers in the world? Though it has a relatively small adult population, imposes high taxes on alcohol, and has traditionally consumed beer and whisky, Ireland has been a good…
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