Wine grape production is set to decline across nearly every major wine producing region in the world in 2014, according to analysts at Rabobank.
Rabobank has issued a stark warning to Scotch whisky makers highlighting the negative impact independence could have on the industry.
Exports of Italian sparkling wine to the UK leapt by 40.2% in 2013, strengthening its status as the UK’s fizz of choice.
Rapid economic development, growing populations and rising wages will propel Africa to become the world’s next fastest growing market for beer, according to a recent report.
India’s United Spirits has hired a trio of banks to oversee the sale of its Scotch whisky company Whyte & Mackay, which is expected to fetch up to £450m.
A report from Rabobank predicts a brighter 2014 for the UK wine market as it highlighted a number of key opportunities that suppliers should target.
Declining economic growth rates, high levels of inflation and protectionist threats are hampering sales of imported wine in Brazil.
A new report has called on the global drinks industry to adapt its raw material sourcing strategies in order to survive an impending global supply shortage.
One can’t help but feel sometimes that a little too much attention and excitement is falling on those new kids on the block, the oft-referenced markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China.
Rabobank has reminded the trade not to ignore emerging markets such as Nigeria and Mexico as attention becomes increasingly fixed on the Far East.
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