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What A Difference 20 Years Makes! What did the Wine Industry Financial Symposium see as the main drivers of the wine boom in 1995? How do those fit with today's market? Scroll down to Daily Data for some food for thought.
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Wine Industry Financial Symposium 2015: What A Difference 20 Years Makes
In 1995, the wine industry saw the following as the main drivers of growth: Health benefits of moderate consumption, economic well being and affordable wine.
It would be interesting to see the same survey questions(below) asked again today.
Especially given that more Americans now believe moderate alcohol consumption is bad for one's health (28%) than believe it is good (17%).
Don't miss the wine industry's best and oldest financial data event! Wine Industry Financial Symposium 2015!
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Image above from the October 1995 Wine Business Monthly.
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