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Wine drinking in France: Less wine, more opportunities

France Landscapes 2019 reveals that although wine consumption remains in decline, consumers are becoming more involved with the category and drinking wine at more diverse occasions Talk of declining wine consumption in France is as old as…

Move over Champagne

Six things you need to know about the French market for sparkling wine, according to Wine Intelligence’s Avignon office Back in 2017 France ranked third in the world for sparkling wine consumption, just behind Germany and Italy.* It…

Four reasons why UK consumers are drinking less wine

The UK monthly wine drinking population is shrinking, and those that remain are drinking less often. Our latest market report explains why 2018 has turned out to be another challenging year for the wine industry in the UK, with continued…

Wine and consumer options growing in Canada

Legislative changes in alcohol and cannabis are likely to shape the wine industry in Canada in the coming year as much as long-running consumer trends Canada crosses six time zones and occupies more land mass than the United States to…

A sense of adventure

An adventurous burgeoning middle class and a strengthening economy makes Colombia one of the most attractive Latin American markets – for now Historically, the Columbian wine drinker has been set in their ways. If one was to ask him…

Taste for adventure

Australia’s wine drinkers are growing accustomed to a broader portfolio of varietals and countries of origin

What’s driving Mexico’s wine boom?

Mexico is creeping slowly onto the radar of the wine trade. But what are the reasons behind Mexicans’ growing enthusiasm for vino?

Germany turns a corner

After years of trading down, Germany’s wine market seems to be going in the opposite direction.

All change in South Korea

South Koreans are opening up to the world of wine