Wine Trends

Year of Discovery

Wednesday, November 18th, 2015

With fascinating wines coming from the unlikeliest of places, 2015 has become the Year of Discovery in wine, with retailers in the vital position as gatekeepers between curious drinkers and bold new regions and ... read more>

Splendid Blended

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015

Soft, Fruity and Playful, the New Genre of Red Blends is Impacting the Whole ... read more>

What’s Your Bordeaux Strategy?

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015

Selling wines from this iconic region can pose challenges— but the effort pays ... read more>

Burgundy That Won’t Break The Bank

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015

High prices? That’s old news. Burgundy’s resurgence in quality has created pockets of real ... read more>

Back Label Wisdom?

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

A study of back label terms vs. consumer perception holds clues for retail merchant ... read more>

Trend Watch 2014

Monday, November 25th, 2013

Time to trade in the corkscrew for a crystal ball, and take a peek at what's trending in ... read more>

By The Numbers

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Scotch = £4bn IndustryThe Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has reported that the Scotch Whisky industry generates more than £4bn per year and supports an estimated 36,000 jobs. Not so relevant here in the U.S. at first glance, except that it is the export market that has been driving growth, setting the industry up for what ... read more>

Wine Trends: By The Numbers 2012

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

1. Red Blends RollApothic, Ménage à Trois, Red Velvet, RedVolution and the like aren’t making many of the critics’ 2012 “best of” lists, but who cares? Certainly not the legions of people lapping them up, nor the merchants selling them. Smooth, juicy reds—some actually sweet—have been red hot all year. 2. MoscatoEvery generation has its ... read more>

Good Pour Choices: On-Premise Has a Host of Solutions for Serving Popular Wines by the Glass

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

On-premise has a host of solutions for serving popular wines ... read more>

Loco for Local: Led by Consumers, The Trade Embraces Locally Made Wine

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

The Blue Duck Tavern in the Washington, DC, Park Hyatt hotel attracts a lot of international visitors, given its location. So what happens when they see 18 Virginia wines on the restaurant’s list? “They’re really not sure,” says German Broggi, the hotel’s beverage director. “When European travelers see a Bordeaux blend, they think it comes ... read more>
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