The quantity of alcohol sold globally fell for the first time in more than a decade last year, according to researcher Euromonitor, though wine defied the slowdown. Growing demand from southeast Asia meant wine consumption increased at the fastest pace in more than a decade as beer and spirits sales floundered. U.K. winemakers, meanwhile, could benefit from the warmer temperatures caused by climate change, British scientists have found.
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