Forecasts for future growth in wine and spirits consumption to 2020 show the Americas and Asia Pacific are the countries to concentrate on, according to recent IWSR research.
Research commissioned by the trade show organiser, Vinexpo, predicts a +1.4% volume increase in world wine consumption and a spirits increase of +2.8% to 2019.
The global spirits market will pass the 3.2bn-case mark by the year 2020, according to the IWSR.
The global wine market is predicted to grow by 3.7% by 2018, according to research by the IWSR, commissioned by Vinexpo.
The International Wine and Spirit Research (IWSR) has announced a partnership with the INSEEC Wine & Spirits Institute.
Asia remains the key region for the long-term development of the global alcohol market, according to the IWSR’s latest report.
These versatile brews are growing in popularity at a rate of knots as they become a vital part of the bar call. Patience Gould investigates
The global Gin sector is low price, low growth and extremely uninteresting, according to a top City of London analyst.
World sprits consumption is set to increase 9% over the period 2012-2016, buoyed by 14% growth in Baijiu sales, according to IWSR research commissioned by Vinexpo.
German wines are world class but they are predominately white and the world wants red. It is a niche player in terms of volume, so how is it doing, asks Christian Davis
Pernod Ricard is rolling out its Olmeca tequila liqueurs in South Africa.
Maxxium Travel Retail’s sales grew by 11% last year, outpacing European travel retail growth of 8%, according to findings by International Wine and Spirits Research (IWSR).
The number of brands meeting the criteria of The IWSR’s Elite Brands has fallen from 22 in 2009 to just 10 in 2010. Ukrainian vodka Nemiroff has taken the top spot.