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Want to Grow Your Wine Sales? Go on a Podcast — Here’s Why

Podcasting offers the wine trade great opportunities to get in front of consumers, yet few take advantage of the medium. Felicity Carter discovers why wine and podcasts are the perfect match.

Reading time: 6m

ProWein Business Report: Challenging in Retrospect; Optimistic Looking Forward

Annually, the ProWein Business Report spotlights the wine industry's paramount issues. A unanimous consensus emerges on rising costs as the primary challenge. However, opinions diverge on strategies to counteract consumption decline. Alexandra Wrann reports.

Reading time: 5m

ProWein Business Report: Challenging in Retrospect; Optimistic Looking Forward

Annually, the ProWein Business Report spotlights the wine industry's paramount issues. A unanimous consensus emerges on rising costs as the primary challenge. However, opinions diverge on strategies to counteract consumption decline. Alexandra Wrann reports.

Reading time: 5m

Rhône Styles: Time to Adopt Plan B(lanc)

Red wine regions are currently facing challenges, including the Rhône region. In response to declining consumption, the focus has shifted to the style of wine produced. Alexandra Wrann and Iris Trenkner-Panwitz report.

Reading time: 8m

Rhône Styles: Time to Adopt Plan B(lanc)

Red wine regions are currently facing challenges, including the Rhône region. In response to declining consumption, the focus has shifted to the style of wine produced. Alexandra Wrann and Iris Trenkner-Panwitz report.

Reading time: 8m

Wine Paris: International Breakthrough?

Wine Paris is experiencing steady growth, particularly with an increased international focus. Will the fair definitely move away from its franco-centric orientation? Alexandra Wrann and Robert Joseph report.

Reading time: 6m 

Wine Paris: International Breakthrough?

Wine Paris is experiencing steady growth, particularly with an increased international focus. Will the fair definitely move away from its franco-centric orientation? Alexandra Wrann and Robert Joseph report.

Reading time: 6m 

Ciatti Report: Lacking Predictability

October has arrived but the Northern Hemisphere harvest picture still lacks clarity due to a patchy performance in Europe and a lag in California’s growing season by up to four weeks. What have we been hearing?

Reading time: 2m

Vintage Wine Estates Reports Significant Losses

The US corporation observes declining revenues amidst rising costs. Depreciation makes for deep red figures.

Reading time: 1m 15s

Why and How German Consumers Buy the Wines That They Do

Understanding your customers is the key to long-term success, particularly in the saturated domestic German wine market. This makes it worth paying attention to the latest image and target group study by the German Wine Institute (DWI).

Reading time: 2m 15s

Why and How German Consumers Buy the Wines That They Do

Understanding your customers is the key to long-term success, particularly in the saturated domestic German wine market. This makes it worth paying attention to the latest image and target group study by the German Wine Institute (DWI).

Reading time: 2m 15s

Consumer Crisis: Trend or Shock?

Wine sales are falling worldwide, but since when? Is it the result of a long-term trend or just an acute shock due to the global economic situation? Figures on trends and exceptions.

Reading time: 2m

ProWein: A Breakthrough?

WEINWIRTSCHAFT editor-in-chief Alexandra Wrann believes that this could be the right step for ProWein to gain new acceptance.

Reading time: 1m 30s

Devil’s Advocate: The Confusing World of English Sparkling Wine

Robert Joseph highlights — and questions — the diversity of styles on offer.

Reading time: 1m 30s

Devil’s Advocate: New EU Labelling Rules; a Spoonful of Sugar and a Pinch of Salt

The new EU labelling laws will compel producers to reveal whether they have sweetened their wines. Robert Joseph welcomes the move – with reservations.

Reading time: 4m 30s

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