Early signs indicate this year’s World Cup in Brazil created less of a boost for UK beer and cider retailers than the South Africa tournament four years ago.
Having placed their trust in the wines at entry level, UK consumers are now trading up on Chilean wine, according to the latest figures from market analysts Nielsen.
UK consumers are drinking less, but buying better quality wines and spirits according to Nielsen’s Helen Stares.
Lanson International’s second annual Champagne Category Report highlights strong consumer demand for more information about how individual brands taste.
The average price of a bottle of wine in the UK has broken the £5 mark for the first time.
Latest Nielsen data showed some much-needed positive news for South Africa’s UK performance as the country recorded a 25% value increase in sales of wines priced above £5 during the last 12 months.
Pernod Ricard UK turns the spotlight on its premium wines to bridge the gap between shoppers who are willing to trade up on wine, and those who actually do.
The Wine & Spirit Trade Association warns that consumers cannot afford further alcohol duty hikes in this month’s Budget.
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