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Indian wines soon released in UK

June 10, 2008

I’m absolutely fascinated by the Indian wine industry. I already wrote a few posts on the subject on this blog: India, as a wine producing country and market; the Indian wine consumer; and many others where India was mentioned. Today an even more amazing news was released by Indage, one of the two largest Indian […]

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Wine and War or Wine Wars?

June 5, 2008

On OpenWineConsortium.org, there is a European Community Group founded by my friend Robert McIntosh reflecting on the meaning (or absence of meaning) of the differences between “New” World and “Old” World in the wine business. This topic must be very pertinent since the French wine industry just decided to change the laws on how to […]

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The contradictions of the European market

March 31, 2008

The European press – whether on line or off line – on the wine business in Europe gives the readers very mixed signals on the state of the industry. I’d like to try – “try” being the key word – to sort out what I read lately and what it means in comparison with the […]

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India, emerging market and wine producing country

February 27, 2008

Among marketers, India is considered an emerging market more than a producing country. It happens that India is both and we shouldn’t neglect the Indian wine, whose quality is getting better and better. I just read in one of the numerous online newsletters I subscribed to that a Book and Wine festival held in Angers […]

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Young wine consumers and the Walla Walla Wine Woman

February 21, 2008

I discovered through various links and alerts the blog of Catie, the Walla Walla Wine Woman and a fellow of the Open Wine Consortium I joined… yesterday! I read her post on “The New generation of Wine lovers – I love them!” with delight. At first I was a little puzzled by the title: what’s […]

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