Rosé wine sales rocket

2 August 2019. Once derided as a poor relation of real wine, sales of rosé have rocketed across Britain and France over the last few years as consumers look to expand their taste experiences. Read more…


Canned wine comes of age

23 May 2019. The category is no longer just a fad, as young consumers increasingly set aside the stemware and crack open cans of wine. Read more…


Global cinnamon market: Key findings and insights

14 May 2019. Read more…


#BizTrends2019: 5 trends stirring the liquor business

10 January 2019 – There has been a seismic shift in consumer behaviour over the past few decades, and we’re seeing it in the world of drinks too. Read more…


Global brandy shows promise

14 November 2018Read more…


The Champagne & Sparkling World Wine Championships 2018

6 July 2018 – The world’s most prestigious sparkling wine competition, The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships 2018 (CSWWC) have announced a total of 116 Gold and 128 Silver medals were awarded in this year’s competition to 18 different countries. Read more…


Sparkling wine, Chile and premium spirits forecast to continue to buck UK downward consumption trend

15 February 2018 – The growth in sparkling wine, along with premium gin, rum and whisky, is set to continue beyond 2021, helping offset the impart on value sales of a 10-year decline in consumption. Read more…


Chinese spirits market expected to be worth $450bn by 2021

23 September 2017 – The rise of a drinking culture at Chinese social gatherings, along with increased disposable income among younger consumers, will mean the Chinese spirits market will grow at a compound annual rate of 15% until 2021, according to GlobalData. Read more…


BMi Research report on flavoured alcoholic beverages in South Africa

1 September 2017 – Recent findings released by BMi Research have revealed that flavoured alcoholic beverages saw a decline in 2015. This was followed by a further contraction in volumes in 2016. The category’s value increase for 2016 was attributed exclusively to an increase in the average product pricing rather than an increase in volume. Read more…