GLOBAL: Innovation driving wine, spirit revival - research

By The IWSR | 17 August 2011

A wave of diversity, innovation and experimentation is helping the global wine and spirits market pull out of the economic downturn, according to recent research.

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A wave of diversity, innovation and experimentation is helping the global wine and spirits market pull out of the economic downturn, according to recent research.

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