IWSR analysts share the industry highlights that have left an impact on them, spanning from gin innovation and rosé preferences to new packaging trends and the craft spirits experience
LVMH leaders share how their value-creation strategy is driving growth for their Champagne business
Pink and premium gins will spur further innovation in the gin category, and Brazil dominates as a key market to watch
IWSR forecasts the ecommerce alcohol channel will be worth US$45.5bn across the top ten markets by 2024. What consumer behaviours are driving online purchases?
Rosé remains one of the most potent and far-reaching trends within the wine category. Its growth drivers are impactful reminders of how other alcohol categories can boost market penetration.
On behalf of the IWSR, Alexander Smith, Global Drinks Intel editor, looks at how Cartagena, Spain-based Zamora is raising its international profile
Ecommerce is a major growth channel for beverage alcohol and is forecast to be worth US$45.5bn by 2024, significantly outpacing the growth rate of total trade over the next five years.
Cocktail innovation: spices and savoury notes are the flavour profiles to watch on both coasts of the US
Cocktails are critical offerings in the on-premise in Los Angeles and New York City, but it’s the sophistication of savoury ingredients that’s gaining traction.
Changing consumer habits and a growing middle class in China presents brands with an opportunity to widen their investments in the Chinese market
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