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Brazil is now the 14th most attractive wine market globally, according to the Wine Intelligence Wine Market Attractiveness Compass Model 2021 moving up 12 places in the ranking from 2020. The volume of still wine consumed in Brazil increased…
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China Portraits 2019 reveals changing consumer behaviours and attitudes to the wine category that are more aligned to a typical developed world wine market China remains a wine market with great potential, despite recent falls in imported…
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