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Harpers Data & Insights


Harpers Data & Insights (HD&I) is a newly launched premium research service from William Reed Business Media, providing original data and expert analysis on wine markets and consumers’ attitudes to wine.

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Acquisitions and partnerships: Alhambra, Calabria Wines and AdVini

20 Oct 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

A leading Spanish brewery, a French wine company and New South Wales winemakers have announced new partnerships and takeovers this week in the hope of extending their reach to key international markets.

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The future of fortified Subscription

19 Oct 2016 | By Erin Smith

Fortified wines might be seeing mixed results in the UK, but producers remain optimistic and keen to roll out innovations to attract a new audience.

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Kingsland research sheds light on influences on millennial wine purchasing habits

18 Oct 2016 | By Andrew Catchpole

New WinePRO research from Kingsland Drinks has revealed more about where millennials take their cues from when shopping for wine

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What's in store for wine sales this Christmas?

17 Oct 2016 | By Andrew Catchpole

Having worked in wine retail at the sharp end, I well remember the run up to Christmas Eve – and in some detail.


Independent merchants feel pressure as supplier price hikes start to feed through

17 Oct 2016 | By Barnaby Eales

The Bank of England warned of inflation rising beyond 2% on 14 October adding further concern to independent wine merchants who have already been forced to pass on price increases from suppliers to customers

How important is Britain’s image in selling home-grown beers, wine and spirits around the world and will it change following Brexit?

Analysis: What next for ‘Brand Britain’? Subscription

14 Oct 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Along with the monarchy, Aston Martin, the British sense of humour – and some would say, Downton Abbey – our drinks industry has helped to put Britain on the map and strengthen its image around the world.

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