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While imported brands accounted for less than a tenth of spirits consumption in the Philippines last year, IWSR data shows volume grew 20 percent over five years compared with a 0.6-percent increase for domestic products.
The world is witnessing a "gin boom" especially in the premium and craft gin category, and, according to a report produced by just-drinks.com and the IWSR (International Wine and Spirits Registry), global gin sales rose by 7.4 percent between 2016 and 2017, to just under 35 million cases.
According to a study released by IWSR, African wine consumption has increased five times faster than the global average, showing total growth of 17.3% from 2008 to 2013, reaching sales of 864 million still light wine bottles.
IWSR's high-quality, easy-to-understand, and useful digital content reflects the latest trends, and enable its members' to touch base with the changing market scenario.
According to figures out of the IWSR, the consumption of red wine in China has been taking off since 2005, but showed particular growth between 2007 and 2013, rising 176 percent.
New figures from London-based International Wine & Spirit Research (IWSR) show Officer's Choice sold 16.5million cases in India last year compared with Bagpiper's 16million.
[1] Data sourced from International Wine and Spirit Research (IWSR), for the 12 months to the end of December 2010
Source: The IWSR (International Wine & Spirit Research)
According to the latest industry survey by IWSR Storechecks, Carlsberg, brewed locally by Ph.
However, wine remains a relatively niche interest in the country, counting for only 10 percent of the alcohol drunk, according to the IWSR.
Bombay Sapphire has increased its share by value within the premium gin category from an impressive 31.7 percent to an even more remarkable 32.7 percent, as reported by IWSR (International Wine and Spirit Record), for the 12 months to the end of December 2009.