There are still a lot of studies and expectations regarding the consequences of Brexit on the wine sector. This is particulary true for wine trade. IWSR offers to study 6 ways the wine trade could be affected by Brexit.
Earlier this year South Africa, among other countries, decided to ban alcohol sales to prevent people to spread the Covid-19 virus. President Cyril Ramaphosa stated that the peak of infection is ahead and that this measure in necessary to save lives.
According to a IWSR analysis, wine sales are likely to drop by up to 13.6% worldwide during 2020. It would also appear that the recovery for the wine sector could take longer than the beer and spirit business.
Struggle against wine counterfeit exist since the very beginning of its creation and one of the main issue producers and lawyers have to fight against. An Australian company designed a technology usisng blockchain that might help to prevent such counterfeit.
The Covid-19 crisis brought numerous changes to the habbits of wine consummers around the world. A new trend emerges from the pandemic: ecommerce. India is seems to have adopted this new way of purchasing alcohol very quickly.
Academics UC Davis (California) / Agricultural University of Athens / Salvador University (Argentina) / International Association of Wine Jurists (AIDV) / European Association of Wine Economists / Villa Bissinger (Aÿ) / Georges Chappaz Institute of Vine and Wine in Champagne / Burgundy School of Business
Editorial Editions Mare et Martin (Wine & Law Collection)
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