Wine produced in countries with a short oenological career advances unstoppable
The wine market is undergoing a complete transformation, new consumers and new producers are changing the oenological market rapidly.
The wine producers of the so-called “new world” manage to increase their sales thanks to the quality and good prices they offer, on the other hand, the traditional European producers watch their sales and exports fall year after year. Being a bit futuristic, we could predict the dethronement of some of the countries considered good wine producers by others that have a short career in the oenological world. We are facing an oenological race that shows the new producer as the winner, who presents an aggressive impetus with respect to quality and prices. There is no doubt that European producers will have to do something about this new market, the quality, with quality is exceeded and the price, adjusting a little more.
European countries have to show their worth and experience, these concepts are useless if they remain stagnant and do not provide a substantial change to the wines that are made. In Adn Mundo you can read a very interesting article on this topic.
What do you think about the current situation of European wines?
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