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  • Wine drinkers don't make loyal customers
  • Wine drinkers don't make loyal customers
    H. Michael Miley (2015) ©
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Wine drinkers don't make loyal customers

Are beer drinkers more adventurous than wine drinkers? In a survey of 2,000 adults across the UK, Nielsen analysed how many brands people consider and buy over the course of a year, and found wine drinkers, young people and craft beer consumers to be the most experimental.

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