Almost Half of UK Wine Buyers Judge Wine By Its Label

by Tim Elliott on January 3, 2006

An interesting poll of UK wine consumers which shows that almost half of them judge a wine by it’s label that reminds me of last month’s Wine Blogging Wednesday. The next entry in the series is tomorrow night and, much to my chagrin, will prevent the usual podcast because of my part-time night job as marketing professor (for some reason I thought WBW was next week or I would have prerecorded a show). I have a wine to taste and blog about once my class is over, but if it is too late, it might be Wine Blogging Thursday for me this month :)

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