This talk summarizes current scientific understanding of global climate change and its impacts around the world, with particular emphasis on wine-growing regions; it addresses the specific ramifications—ongoing and projected--for wine production; and it surveys briefly the options available to society for reducing the pace and ultimate magnitude of human-caused climate change and the options available to the wine industry for adapting to the changes that can no longer be avoided.
Will rosé and sparkling wines continue their rapid growth in 2019? Will the Supreme Court restructure how wine is sold in the US? Will legal cannabis take market share from wine? Industry experts discuss the factors and trends currently impacting the wine business in America.
The beverage alcohol landscape is more complex than ever. To maintain a competitive edge, brands and companies are increasingly using B2B and B2C technology solutions. From streamlining your operations to connecting with new consumers, our expert panelists discuss the latest platforms and services to help you grow and optimize your business.
Wine Intelligence and Women of the Vine & Spirits present: The truth behind gender and global wine consumption.
Lulie Halstead, CEO of Wine Intelligence will discuss new insights that examines, for the first time, the truths and myths underlying how men and women approach and interact with the wine category, based off the recently-published report Wine Consumption and Gender: Do Women and Men Approach Wine Differently.
For decades, imports have taken a fairly steady 25% share of the US wine market. Changes in share have been caused largely by currency fluctuations, but also by evolving consumer taste. What opportunities and challenges will imported wines face in the future? What strategies can foreign wineries use to improve sales in the US?