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All the latest news from ProWine Singapore.

2023 Wine Trends: Everything You Need to Know

Natural wines, Sustainable wines and Organic wines are trends that are top in searches and topics where most consumers are very engaged when purchasing wines in these categories.

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01 Jan 2023

What Wines Will We Be Drinking In 2023?

Non-alcoholic Wines, canned wines, digital drinking, green drinking and clean wines are what we are expecting to drink in 2023.

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30 Dec 2022

What Can You Expect from Wine in 2023?

The wine industry, economic pain has already hit. Several industry sources report slowing sales in the final quarter of 2022, and many industry analysts expect the first six months of 2023 to be worse.

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29 Dec 2022

Alcohol Trends 2023: Key Factors Shaping the Industry this Year

Spirit brands are developing more accessible beverages that expose consumers to new cocktails for an exciting experience. For instance, some brands are developing a well-balanced product that is ready to drink, which showcases something unique and exciting while remaining approachable to a wider audience of customers.

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10 Nov 2022

Fine wine buying trends in Asia

Red wines continue to dominate the Asian market, although there have also been indications of diversification. A total of 60 different regions' wines have been traded throughout Asia. Showing a trend that Champagne, Bordeaux, and Burgundy were the three excellent wines most frequently traded last year.

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27 Jul 2022

Singapore emerges as a gateway market for premium wine

Singapore has emerged as one of the brighter spots in the premium wine universe. Singapore is an expat-led wine market, where import costs and high tax make wine an expensive commodity. However, there is evidence from Wine Intelligence’s latest consumer research of a maturing market, with consumer involvement and spend up and a broadening base of wine drinkers.

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12 Jul 2022

Q&A with Bord Bia/Irish Food Board

How important is the Southeast Asian market for/to you?
The Southeast Asia territory is extremely important to Irish spirits exports. We are in the process of exploring new markets and have learned that there is significant potential held in these markets, particularly for Irish Whiskey and Gin. Our distillers are leading the way in innovation and creativity. Built upon a foundation of expertise, differentiation and heritage, research tells us that the Southeast Asia community would greatly appreciate innovation while simultaneously having very high regard for provenance.

Why have you chosen to participate at ProWine Asia (Singapore) 2020 specifically? What are some of your key participation objectives?
While the Singapore market itself is of significance to Irish spirits, we do also hope to capture the interest of the trade in Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam. Key participation objectives will be to break new ground for some of our suppliers into these countries, begin developing new relationships while building on existing ones, and create a learning experience around the business culture at play in these markets.

What are some of the highlights trade visitors can expect from your Pavilion and exhibitors at ProWine Asia (Singapore) 2020?
The Ireland stand will feature some of our most innovative suppliers of Irish Whiskey and Gin, including Gunpowder Gin from The Shed Distillery, JJ Corry Irish Whiskey from Chapel Gate Whiskey Co, both of which are available in Asia. It will also include Sixling Gin from Grills Spirits, the Irish Whiskey and Gin ranges of Glendalough Distillery, the Merry’s Irish Cream Liquer range and Whistler Irish Whiskey Range from Na Cuana, and Hyde Whiskey from Hyde Whiskey Company.

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05 Dec 2019