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March of the imports

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…

Vintage bubbles

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…

Sweden’s fizzical embrace

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…

Vinitrac® Sparkling May / June 2018

We are still accepting question requests for the May / June 2018 wave of Vinitrac® Sparkling, the world’s largest ongoing online study of sparkling wine drinkers Throughout May and June, Wine Intelligence will launch the next wave of…

Champagne makers lament as Brits turn to English sparkling wine - The Telegraph

On the 25th of March 2018, The Telegraph published an article on the rise of English sparkling wine, quoting Wine Intelligence COO Richard Halstead. "Richard Halstead of the Wine Intelligence consultancy said: “English sparkling wines are…

Sparkling times

This May, Wine Intelligence will launch another wave of Vinitrac® dedicated to sparkling wine.  Vinitrac® is the world’s largest ongoing online study of wine drinkers in key global markets that allows us to monitor and track their attitudes,…

Fizz-ling out

Will domestic sparkling wine volumes grow again in Australia?

Prosecco-isation

Champagne used to be almost synonymous with the words ‘sparkling wine’ in the UK – but this may be changing