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American Wine Drinkers are the World's Grape Saviors. American's thirst for wine is saving many traditional styles from extinction, says Mike Steinberger
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Summergate is marking its fifteenth year as a wine importer and distributor in China. I asked founding partner Ian Ford about changes during that time, the current state of the country’s wine scene and what bottles from the portfolio he’d recommend for an absolute beginner to wine.
What sells a wine is its story. That was the takeaway from a panel held last week at VinItaly International trade fair in Verona.
Chinese Austerity Measures Hit Wine and Spirits Sales,Jeannie Cho Lee MW reports that a falling market in Hong Kong and China has resulted in cut-throat tactics.
ASK any luxury retailer where their most valuable customers are from and most will say China. The post-2008 years have not been the easiest for luxury brands, but...
The international wine trade hit a “watershed moment” in 2013, with half of all New World wine sales coming from bulk supplies, according to Rabobank.
And most of it is pretty good. Thank Heaven.
A panel of wine educators from Hong Kong have urged Italian producers to invest in education modules specific to Italy to boost the country’s paltry share of the wine market.
Habitudes de consommation, critères d’achat et vins préférés… cette infographie réalisée par la start-up Cassin, reprend neuf chiffres clés sur le rapport des femmes au vin. Découvrir le site www.cassin.fr
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