Power lists

Style and Regions

The Swiss Market

Switzerland is the dream sales market for many producers, as the Swiss with their purchasing power pay significantly more francs per bottle than consumers elsewhere. An overview of the market.

Reading time: 1m 15s

Wine Booms Online in South Korea

The South Korean wine market is showing impressive growth. Behavioural shifts that evolved during the global pandemic, such as drinking at home, ordering and studying wine online, are becoming more widespread. New categories like natural, orange, biodynamic and lower alcohol wine are spiking consumer interest, and the demand for wine education is surging. The increasing popularity of wine amongst younger drinkers indicates additional growth opportunities for brand owners and producers. Louise Hurren reports.

Reading time: 8m

Who’s Who in Germany – the Essential Guide

Would-be wine exporters have always focused their attention on the long-established UK and excitingly dynamic US markets, but, as Felix Bodmann reveals, Germany deserves to be taken very seriously – provided you know who to talk to.

Reading time: 11m

Québec Power List

Canada’s second largest province after Ontario, Québec is a wine market unlike any other in North America. The continent’s only region with a French-speaking majority, it boasts the highest per capita wine consumption at 24 litres according to a USDA 2021 report. Michaela Morris tells us more about the peculiarities of the market.

Reading time: 7 minutes

Who’s Who in Austria

Austria has long secured its niche as a prime origin for unique world-class wines. The tiny country is responsible for only one percent of global wine production, but sets benchmarks with innovative concepts. Julia Sevenich reveals the people behind the industry.

Reading time: 5m 20s

Finland: Understanding the Finnish Wine Market

Finland is a beer drinking country where craft ales are currently booming. Nearly half - 47% - of all alcohol consumed is beer, compared to just 19% for wine. But wine is fighting for its place. Petri Pellinen reports. 

Reading time: 5m 40s

Who's Who in Poland

Poland is one of Europe’s fastest-growing wine markets. Patrycja Siwiec reveals the key players and events in the Polish wine market.

Reading time: 5m 50s

Who's Who in South Africa

The wine industry of the Cape has had an even more turbulent time during the pandemic than most of its counterparts elsewhere. James Lawrence reports on how it is fighting back, and key players in its industry.

Who’s Who in Brazil

Despite the impact of Covid 19, this giant South American market has recorded the highest growth over the last year. Marcelo Capello, Brazil's leading wine commentator provides insights into the people who make this happen.

Who's Who in Catalunya

Spain's dynamic region in the northeast is best known for cava. But Catalunya also stands for high-quality still wine and a lively wine scene. James Lawrence knows the area.

Who's Who in Veneto

The Veneto is without a doubt Italy's most important wine hub – plus one of the most important wine producing regions.

Michaela Morris had a closer look into the scene and tells us who you need to know.

What they’re drinking in Québec

Natural Wine is the hottest trend in La belle Province. But they represent only a small part of consumption.

Michaela Morris researched what distinguishes Quebeckers and their drinking habits.

Who's Who in Australia 

Australia as a wine country is going through some rough times with Covid-19 and the trade war with China. But the industry seems to be on a good way.

Time for James Lawrence to give a tour through the who's who in Australian wine business.

The Top 10 US wine and spirits PR agencies

Nowadays, there is no business without good marketing. But trying to find the right match for a specific product might not be so easy. We provide assistance: Roger Morris put together a list of the best PR agencies for the US market.

UK's most important PR companies

In times of social media and influencers the work of PR agencies becomes even more important. James Lawrence took a closer look on the companies in the UK.