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Beyond the growing dominance of domestic wine in Brazil, Chilean, Portuguese and Argentinian wines perform well at converting those aware into consumers
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Yes, we missed one obvious one – but then so did everyone else. How did our predicted wine consumer trends for 2020 stand up in the face of an extraordinary 12 months? As far as behaviour trend forecasting goes in 2020, the opening words…
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With the publication this week of our latest two COVID-19 Impact Reports for Portugal and France, Wine Intelligence’s Luis Osorio and Jean-Philippe Perrouty reflect on the consumer insights, and broader economic context, revealed by the reports Portugal…
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Luis Osorio, Country Manager for Portugal and Lisbon native, reflects on the revival in fortunes of his home country and how this is affecting wine drinkers in the latest Portugal Wine Landscapes 2020 report When I moved to the UK, six years…
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A mature market is experiencing some lively changes in the way upscale wine is sold, according to our latest Portugal Landscapes 2019 report. Despite being one of the most established markets for wine with one of the highest per capita…
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Why should wine still be sold in a 75cl bottle?
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