Even in the world of wine, small revolutions are taking place in the business models and varieties proposed.
It is under everyone's eye, especially after COVID, that we need to rethink the sales channels and distribution, in a business such as wine that still has ample room for growth.
The new trends are the vegan or low alcohol wines of Orange wine; but also of canned wine and the new BYOB phenomenon.
But let's see in detail what are the trends in the wine sector for 2020
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What will the wine of the future be like? What are the trends for 2020?
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"The wine of the future will have to come out of fashion and maintain the relationship between man and territory, going to enhance the land that the farmer is in his hands.
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I see wine in the future more and more “accessible to everyone”, Smart and communicated / sold online. The world of wine is losing its austerity by becoming within the reach of a larger portion of the population.
all very nice, only problem? There is a risk of trivializing a product that has always played a part in its "intrinsic magic" made up of mystery, knowledge, exclusivity
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"Vegan wines ✅
Low alcohol content: if we are around 10.5 / 11, that's fine, they are easier for everyone to appreciate and the bottle reaches the end with ease and then fewer contraindications
Orange wine ✅ although there are few that are really good at making them
Canned wine I bud
Byob I do not agree because if you want your wine to taste it at home or with friends, you must respect the work of the restaurateur and his choice of the wine list "
Andrea Moscariello / Masterwine
"In my opinion, the wine of the future will increasingly aim at enhancing the terroir and quality with a single goal: the search for value for money!"
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"the world of wine is certainly undergoing changes and evolutions on the one hand, it is increasingly refining the palate and culture."
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"I believe there will be an ever greater gap between those who make true quality and those who don't. The choice of bottling in bibs, cans or other I believe is a trend that some companies do well to take advantage of if it allows them to have an economic return, certainly no one expects that they can be wines of particular value. BYOB, on the other hand, is a phenomenon that has existed abroad for years and I find it a very interesting cultural trend, a real change for us Italians, but I think that restaurateurs should take it into account and try to play with it a little, perhaps proposing ad hoc menus. or small dedicated events. "
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"In the future I hope that traditions for making wines are respected, in twenty years I would like to drink the wines of today and of the past ♥️"
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"Credo that small businesses are developing both thanks to consumers who are increasingly attentive and eager to experiment with new products and thanks to products that literally become "fashionable". It will be up to posterity to decide which trends will last over time. I am convinced that some great classics will remain timeless."
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"Two wines of the future; one of class and ancient charm that will evoke the tradition of the union with the terroir, mostly organic farming and one of the young, cheerful that will follow fashion in its various guises and labels.
Alberto Wine Lover
"I am a sentimental person so as far as wine is concerned I believe in the innovation of production methods but also in the tradition of bottled wine with cork stoppers. I don't know, obviously what the future will be like but in my opinion it is more sustainable to use glass and cork than metal and plastic.🥂"
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Hard to say, honestly. Honestly we are not big fans of BYOB ... in our opinion we deem it disrespectful to the restaurant and it destroys the market. Of course, on the other hand, the restaurateur must apply honest prices, because those who drink a minimum of wine immediately notice the large price difference ... For the rest we believe it is right to experiment and try new things, without losing sight of the essence of the wine produced up to now, which when it is produced as it should be unparalleled ... it will then be the consumer himself or the ability of the producer to determine the future flow in this area
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As for the wine of the future, I am very traditional. Obviously, I hear of all new techniques, cans, etc etc ... I remain faithful to the wine made in the vineyard and in the cellar, originally bottled and corked with cork. An incurable romantic? Maybe. But for me wine is also this, emotion. And I don't want to ruin an emotion just for the mere taste of "modernizing" the product. 😊 Orange Wine instead maybe we can talk about it but I still have to get closer to this world.