What’s at the root of the British love affair with Chianti? We’re so at home in this region of vineyards, cypresses, olives and ancient stone hamlets that – some time in the Eighties, according to the Oxford English Dictionary – we even turned it into a Shire.
The W2O Group has produced a report in conjunction with TMRW Engine The Five Tribes of Online Wine Buyers report that for the first time shows that there are five defined tribes of wine buyers and that social media does contribute to the the lifetime value of a customers.
Trade by value and volume was down this week, but the Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 Index maintained its momentum. It is up 0.3% on the week at 286.1 – its highest level since early March 2014. It has been an eventful week in the market with the 2015 En Primeur campaign markedly picking up pace. …
Asians are ferocious learners of anything they set their heart to. When they do jump on something, like wine, they do so en masse,” says Mandy Chan, partner of fine wine importing company Ginsberg & Chan. [...]
Speaking to the drinks business during a recent visit to Valdobbiadene, Bisol, who works for boutique Prosecco producer Ruggeri, said: “Since 2010 a lot of people have come to the region and have jumped onto the Prosecco bandwagon. It’s the same opportunisits who made Lambrusco in the ‘80s and Pinot Grigio in the ‘90s. “These people – mainly large Italian wine groups looking to add a Prosecco to their portfolios – follow trends and don’t care about the future of the region.
The days of keg stands and beer bongs may be over now that a growing number of Millennials are pivoting towards grapes. Today's 20- and 30-somethings downed 159.6 million cases of wine in 2015, according to the Wine Market Council, accounting for 42% of all the wine consumed in the [...]
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