Sopexa's Wine Trade Monitor identifies sustainability as an important sales criterion for wine, which is understood very differently depending on the country.
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Robert Joseph looks behind the news of French winegrowers attacking trucks full of Spanish wine, and finds a story that needs to be more widely known.
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Robert Joseph takes a different view of how attractively-priced wines are perceived.
The 2023 vintage from Argentina enters the bulk wine market with a very low harvest. Prices are not as high as they should be due to the poor harvest.
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Despite smaller quantities, the global trade of bulk wine has experienced a significant increase in value. Driving factors include uncertainty and inflation. New Zealand stands among the winners, while Spain continues to struggle for survival.
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Market activity is rather calm overall and most prices are stable.
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Below-average harvest volumes expected in many countries. Buyers nevertheless react cautiously. Domestic buyers dominate many markets.
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US imports of bulk wine of around 4.88m, hl marked a new record. Total volumes were 10% higher than in 2021.
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South of the equator, the 2023 harvest is under way
Purcari Wineries Group (Moldova) links 200 years tradition with modern technology and marketing / Most awarded producer in CEE.
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