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Retailers see COVID-19 causing production delays, inventory shortages & ecommerce increases

Many more charts at the source: Digital Commerce 360

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How your saliva makes your wine tasting experience personally unique

Source: Food Chemistry via Palate Press

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COVID-19 May Boost Ecommerce as Consumers Avoid Crowded Places (Social Distancing) & Touching Things in Public

Source: YouGov

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Coronavirus will clobber tourism, shave nearly half a point off US GDP – will zero it out if lockdown needed

Source: Tourism Economics, an Oxford Economics company  in a study done for Visit California Full study at this link

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This U.S. Wine production chart shows just how dominant California is

Source: American Association of Wine Economists

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Gallo #3 as Yellow Tail and Casillero del Diablo dominate global power brand list

Source: Wine Intelligence via Harpers

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Can the US Wine Market Regain Its Momentum?

 Source: Rabobank Wine Quarterly Q1 “Tariffs, trade agreements, and the coronavirus outbreak have shaped global trade in recent months,” according to Stephen Rannekleiv, global Strategist Beverages at Rabobank. “Hopefully, the latter will be contained quickly, but lost demand from the period will not be recovered. Tariffs and trade disputes are here to stay, and although […]

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Consumer sentiment is handling Coronavirus a lot better than the stock markets (so far)

Source: Morning Consult

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All current wine recommendation methods fail miserably

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Accurate recommendations can increase sales dramatically.

All current wine recommendation methods fail miserably. That’s why people leave wine clubs or don’t drink it at all because they can’t consistently find wine that they like However, if you the math from the examples below, you can see how decent recommendations can drive sales. Only 7% of people click on a recommendation. But […]

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