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The 50 Best Restaurants in Paris

The 50 Best Restaurants in Paris | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
Our experts pick the best places to dine all around Paris (and even reach consensus on a prized few). Click through our guide, organized by arrondissement.
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Chinese Tourists' 'Explosion Buying' in Japan Set to Continue in 2016 | Jing Daily

Chinese Tourists' 'Explosion Buying' in Japan Set to Continue in 2016 | Jing Daily | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
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It seems that Hong Kong troubles have put off mainland Chinese tourists... Not surprising...

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Hurun Most Valuable Chinese Brands 2015

Hurun Most Valuable Chinese Brands 2015 | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
(17 Sep 2015, Shanghai) The Hurun Institute today released the Hurun Most Valuable Chinese Brands 2015, a comprehensive ranking of the 200 most valuable home-grown mainland China brands. This is the tenth consecutive year of the list.
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US to gain 16m wine drinkers by 2025

US to gain 16m wine drinkers by 2025 | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
North American “regular wine drinkers” will increase from 93 million today – which is 40% of the adult population – to 109m, or 44% of all adults, by 2025
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Master 2 Commerce des Vins's curator insight, December 15, 2015 1:52 AM

Le marché des consommateurs de vin aux USA continue sa croissance.  Merci pour le scoop @Grande Passione

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China set to become Chile’s number one

China set to become Chile’s number one | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
China is set to leapfrog the US and UK in a matter of months to become Chile’s largest wine market, according to Julio Alonso, Asia director at Wines of Chile.
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Baromètre SOWINE/SSI 2015 - Le rapport des Français au vin

Pour tout savoir sur le rapport des Français au vin : leur niveau de connaissances, les sources d'informations consultées...? Toutes les réponses par SOWINE.
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How to Travel to (and in) Cuba

How to Travel to (and in) Cuba | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
Coverage from the New York Times Travel section on travel to Cuba.
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China’s rising Internet wave: Wired companies | McKinsey & Company

China’s rising Internet wave: Wired companies | McKinsey & Company | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
After a massive rise in Internet use by consumers, adoption by Chinese companies is catching up with that of the developed world. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
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Bottom's up, from Down Under: Australian wines find favour in Asia

Bottom's up, from Down Under: Australian wines find favour in Asia | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
Australian vintages are increasingly finding favour with the region's burgeoning middle and upper classes
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Winery waste water could help battle drought

Winery waste water could help battle drought | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
A groundbreaking study by researchers at UC Davis could pave the way for winery waste water to be used to irrigate vineyards, helping to overcome a lack of water in drought-stricken wine regions.
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Le vin bio, chiffres et tendances

Le vin bio, chiffres et tendances | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
Sudvinbio dévoile les résultats d’une étude sur la consommation du vin bio, réalisée par Ipsos auprès de 4015 européens (France, Allemagne, Suède et Royaume-Uni). En voici les principales tendances: 34,9 % des européens boivent du vin bio, régulièrement ou de temps en temps. Le taux grimpe à 51,2 % en Suède et à 35,8 % en France. …
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Vintage Champagne market ‘being exploited’

Vintage Champagne market ‘being exploited’ | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
The vintage Champagne category is being exploited by certain houses who are upping production to raise their prices, according to one producer in the region.
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Hurun Chinese Luxury Traveler 2015

(1 June 2015, Shanghai) -- Hurun Report and ILTM Asia today released The Chinese Luxury Traveler 2015, a 40-page report on the travel trends of the Chinese luxury high net worth individual. The report features the travel trends of China’s super travellers, defined as individuals who spent US$30,000 or more on travel in the past year. For the first time, the report highlights the relative strengths and weaknesses of five popular countries: US, Japan, France, Australia and the UK. The report also features the best outbound luxury travel agencies.
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Hurun Rich List 2015

Hurun Rich List 2015 | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
(15 October 2015, Shanghai) The Hurun Research Institute today released the Hurun Rich List 2015, its 17th annual ranking of the richest individuals in China. Wealth calculations are a snapshot of 14 August, the same date as last year.
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Italian fine wine climbing

Italian fine wine climbing | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
Italy leapfrogged Burgundy to become the second most traded regional group of wines on Liv-ex back in August and its monthly share of trade continues to climb.
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Champagne vs. Prosecco: Who’s got the upper hand on growth and driving new customers? | Wine Industry Insight

Champagne vs. Prosecco: Who’s got the upper hand on growth and driving new customers? | Wine Industry Insight | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
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Liv-ex releases the 2015 Power 100

Liv-ex releases the 2015 Power 100 | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
Sassicaia was the most traded wine by volume, and the only wine from outside Bordeaux to fall among the top ten wines traded by value.
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Italy overtook #Burgundy to become the second most traded regional group of wines after Bordeaux

Italy overtook #Burgundy to become the second most traded regional group of wines after Bordeaux | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
In August Italy overtook Burgundy to become the second most traded regional group of wines – after Bordeaux – so far in 2015. As of the end of October, its average monthly share (year to date) is 7.1%. This is...

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The Growth of Branding in China | Branding Magazine

The Growth of Branding in China | Branding Magazine | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
Our ambition is to observe the phenomena of branding. Here are a few observations about the growth of branding in China gleaned over the past years.
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Mapping China’s middle class | McKinsey & Company

Mapping China’s middle class | McKinsey & Company | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
Generational change and the rising prosperity of inland cities will power consumption for years to come. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
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10 ways to turn drinks advertising into engagement

10 ways to turn drinks advertising into engagement | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
Mark Boyd, founding partner of creative marketing agency Gravity Road, reveals his tips on how to stop advertising and start engaging with your consumer base.
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Wine globalization set to continue | OUPblog

Wine globalization set to continue | OUPblog | Grande Passione | Scoop.it
The past two decades have seen globalization of the world's wine markets proceed like never before, in both speed and comprehensiveness. There was a degree of trade expansion in the five decades to World War I but, until the late 20th century, interactions across continents involved little more than the exporting of vine cuttings and traditional production expertise.
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