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After a 32% drop in the value of wine sold in China in 2020, the market is expected to return to 2019 levels as Chinese consumers' wine engagement increases Exactly one year ago on March 3rd 2020, Wine Intelligence reported that wine volumes…
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In this most unpredictable of years, how have the trends and predictions for 2020, published in December 2019, held up?
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Wine Intelligence’s first global survey of trade professionals delivers a broadly positive view of the sector’s future – though with a few bumps in the road ahead Seeing the world for what it really is has been a tough task ever since…
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