Tariffs impact American whiskey; developing markets offer growth opportunities; Brexit looms
The appetite for premiumisation remains strong, but the bubble may be bursting on UK gin; a word of caution for tequila
Brewers in the US are increasingly taking inspiration from their neighbours south of the border, creating Mexican-style lagers as well as drawing on the country’s traditional flavours and ingredients to make new beers.
Recent developments in Italy drive renewed interest in Prosecco's future
IWSR interviews Diageo’s Global Head of Innovation, Michael Ward
Associated with light, summer refreshment, watermelon is a trending flavour for summer launches.
Canned wine has evolved from a novelty to a booming category as younger consumers shuck off centuries of tradition and embrace convenience, sustainability and portion control.
The UK and France have exposed the potential of rum to finally be the ‘next big thing’
IWSR press release preview
IWSR data showed double-digit growth for Indian whisky in 2018, and this market continues to expand despite considerable roadblocks
A look at leading varietals, colours and regions as well as the growing organic wine segment.
Industry leaders are setting their sights on tequila as the new spirit to undergo ‘premiumisation’
IWSR forecasts the category to reach 1.9bn hectolitres by 2023, strengthened by craft and low/no alcohol beer
Growing interest in mezcal is driving the popularity of other traditional Mexican spirits
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