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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…

A perfect storm in the UK on-trade

Wine is struggling for attention in a UK restaurant sector experiencing a ‘perfect storm’ of adverse trading conditions There is no longer a simple decision regarding how to get food: go out or cook. Now, we have multiple other alternatives…

Good things come in average sized packages

Younger drinkers in the UK lead the opportunity for considering alternative wine packaging in the future, even though those who purchase wine in formats beyond the standard 75cl bottles remains small Creating new ways of serving and delivering…

Less, but better

UK wine consumers are declining in number, but those that remain are trading up and adopting a more involved stance towards their wine-drinking habits Only a few years ago the meteoric rise of Aldi and Lidl looked like it had the potential…

Uncorking the truth

Did British wine drinkers vote for Brexit?

Retail theatricals

The UK bricks-and-mortar retail scene is reinventing itself as a “brand experience” destination

Britain's OMG moment

How the nation’s wine drinkers might be feeling, post-Brexit.

Shifting shapes?

How have our UK consumer segments evolved over the past three years?

Press Releases

Press release: Wine is struggling for attention in a UK restaurant sector experiencing a “perfect storm” of adverse trading conditions

For Immediate Release: Friday 20 April 2018 Wine is struggling for attention in a UK restaurant sector experiencing a “perfect storm” of adverse trading conditions, according to a new UK On-trade Trends report by Wine Intelligence According…