Spain Vol.5 / Wine Vol.3

https://twitter.com/thisisinsider/status/1066954708928159744
https://twitter.com/thisisinsider/status/1096051434825674752
https://twitter.com/InsiderFood/status/1083913957822353416


https://twitter.com/JediWineMaster/status/1008743416765734912


https://twitter.com/winewankers/status/764318778414858240


https://twitter.com/WineFolly/status/1018134537157726208
https://twitter.com/FoodWineSpain/status/1106162116392898561


https://twitter.com/JMiquelWine/status/1069311516623687681


https://twitter.com/WineMots/status/1084877592644255744
https://twitter.com/WineMots/status/1080744625529384960


https://twitter.com/EmbEspJapon/status/698416014690680832


https://twitter.com/FoodWineSpain/status/1074640047457079296


https://twitter.com/WineFolly/status/1039590413529690114


https://twitter.com/alawine/status/1099598278260416517


https://twitter.com/TastyPotatoes/status/908778741593145345


https://twitter.com/OBriensWine/status/1086621752971722753

https://twitter.com/SpainFoodWineIE/status/1031856769620946945
Irish consumers also maintained a preference for new world wines over their old world counterparts with wines sourced from Chile and Australia holding dominant market shares at 27 per cent and 17 per cent respectively.


https://twitter.com/GavinQuinney/status/1057203165580402688