The International Bulk Wine Market: South Africa's Prices Rise 

Price swings on the international bulk wine market.

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Ciatti Report: Adapting to Price Sensitivity

The global bulk wine market was relatively active in the first six weeks of the year compared to the slowness of the second half of 2023. Where has the activity occurred and what is the latest news from the Southern Hemisphere’s vineyards, where harvesting is getting underway?

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European Bulk Wine Market: Focus on Price Limits

Current developments on the bulk wine markets: News from France, Italy and Spain.

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Bulk Wine: Dragging Market

The new year has started slow. Will it stay that way?

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Ciatti Report: Dynamics in the Bulk Wine Market

As every January, this month’s Ciatti Global Market Report looks back at the year just passed and ahead to the new one. If 2022 was characterised by rising annual inflation levels and a supply chain crisis, 2023 will be remembered for interest rates rises and slow buyer demand.

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Ciatti Report: Slow End to the Year on the Bulk Wine Market

A year of flat or declining wine sales due to consumer pessimism draws to a close with bulk markets in December exhibiting the same slowness they have done throughout the previous eleven months. Transactions are, on most wines in most markets, incremental and price-sensitive.

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Bulk Wine Market: Focus on Argentina and Australia

Argentina and Australia show how much political developments can influence the wine market.

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Trends, Forecasts and Fashions: Inside the Bulk Wine Market

The bulk wine market is the engine of the international wine trade. Felicity Carter caught up with Florian Ceschi from bulk broker Ciatti, and asked him to explain how the market works and what the current trends are.

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Ciatti Report: Historic Low in Global Wine Production

The International Organisation of Vine & Wine (OIV) estimate that 2023 wine production will be 7% lower than the below-average volume of 2022, and it says, the lowest output since 1961. Does this tally with what we at Ciatti are hearing, and what should we make of it?

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