Archive for wine SmartBlogs
Cocktail fans turn to hot toddies, tipplers sip warm brown whiskies and wine drinkers often put away the rosé in favor of something deep and red to keep the winter chill at bay. It may be meyer lemon season and time for light aperitifs on the west coast, but in colder climates cocktail fans seek out beverages to warm them up inside and out.[…] Continue Reading »
Baby boomers are still the biggest spenders when it comes to wine, but millennials are the fastest-growing group of wine drinkers, and their social-savvy ways, adventurous palates and quest for fun are driving shifts in both the kinds of wine being produced and where and how companies, restaurants and retailers are marketing wine to millennials.
Wine accounts for about 20% of alcohol purchased by consumers age 21 to 34, up from 13% a decade ago, according to research compiled by Napa Technology, and the drinking-age members of Gen Y are expanding their horizons when it comes to the kinds of wines they’re willing to try.[…] Continue Reading »
Large restaurant brands today are drowning in data but thirsty for meaning. It’s easy for food and beverage directors to feel lost in the vast sea of positive and negative social media reviews about their menus.