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Amid some mixed signals arising from the pandemic and lockdown, the long run health of the US sparkling wine category looks encouraging. Strange times abound in the US sparkling wine market. Consumer sentiment appears to be warming again towards…
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Canada’s sparkling wine market is experiencing some strong growth, with Prosecco and locally produced sparkling taking the lion’s share – and it appears to be gaining momentum as a result of coronavirus A number of commentators have likened…
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Pierpaolo Penco, Country Manager for Italy, discusses how Sicily is an increasingly popular sparkling wine producer and what this may mean for other lesser-known areas producing sparkling wine Sparkling wine is growing rapidly, both in…
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Champagne and (Italian) Prosecco are making inroads into the Australian sparkling wine market, thanks to more adventurous younger consumers In the 5-year period between 2013 and 2017, the total consumption of sparkling wine in the Australian…
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The UK sparkling wine market appears to be settling after a rollercoaster decade where volumes have doubled and the drinking population has expanded by 50% While sparkling wine bubbles themselves are typically fleeting and fragile, the…
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Amid an overall decline of still wine and spirit volumes in Sweden, sparkling wine is seeing impressive growth and elevated interest amongst consumers As a country known for focusing on healthy living, Sweden is becoming a place where…
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Will domestic sparkling wine volumes grow again in Australia?
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