Through the eyes of the researcher

By: Trademagazin Date: 2020. 10. 01. 13:20

Dr. Gedeon Totth, head of the Marketing Department at the Budapest Business School and tutor of Borkollégium talked about the latest trends on the Hungarian wine market:

Dr Totth Gedeon - BGE

Dr. Gedeon Totth
head of Marketing Faculty
Budapest Business School

A shift in consumption towards Hungarian quality wines is more of a target than reality, yet. Ever more vineries offer new products, which leads to a general quality improvement, however, online surveys capture such a shift in higher qualified consumer groups. The most thrilling buzzwords vary by segment, but in general, the demand for low-alcohol wines made in a reductive environment, rosé and sparkling wines has been increasing. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the share of online wine purchases has grown, but it is a question whether this share will drop again and to which extent in the post-COVID period. New packaging forms complying with the principles of sustainability have also shown up on the market, with only a small share, though. //

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