Wine globalization set to continue

Wine globalization set to continue Read more at http://blog.oup.com/2015/09/wine-globalization-to-continue/ The past two decades have seen globalization of the world’s wine markets proceed like never before, in both speed and comprehensiveness. There was a degree of trade expansion in the five decades to World War I but, until the late 20th century, interactions across continents involved little more…

Talking Trade: 9-15th October

Talking Trade: 9-15th October Read more at http://blog.liv-ex.com/2015/10/talking-trade-9-15th-october.html While the Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 drifted 0.1% this week, Bordeaux’s trade share rose above 80%. Italy had another strong week, while Burgundy’s share continued to wane. The major theme of the week was Bordeaux 2010, which dominated the table of top wines traded by value. Overall, the…