Wine.journal's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF WINE.JOURNAL
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 3.30%. The average number of likes per post is 83 and the average number of comments is 4.
13.08% of the followers that engaged with wine.journal regularly are from United States, followed by Italy at 9.23% and Japan at 8.46%. In summary, the top 5 countries of wine.journal's posts engager are coming from United States, Italy, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand.
Wine.journal loves posting about Food & Drink, Cooking, Travel.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR WINE.JOURNAL
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF WINE.JOURNAL
- United States 13.08 %
- Italy 9.23 %
- Japan 8.46 %
- Hong Kong 7.69 %
- Thailand 6.15 %
Tomato season is here! 🍅 . Whether you’re enjoying it in a salad, off the grill or on a pizza, you need a wine that is lean, crisp, and vibrantly acidic while not too heavy, tannic and oaky. Think Sancerre, Sangiovese or a sparkling rosé! . Our pick 👉🏼 This juicy and sweet Momotaro Tomato from Japan pairs perfectly with the Yamazaki Winery Sauvignon Blanc from Hokkaido 🍷
A sparkling rosé is always your best friend under the sizzling Italian heat ☀️ . Our pick 👉🏼 Light and refreshing, the Freixenet Sparkling Rosé helps cut through this rich pork belly at La Ménagère in Florence 🍾
Colors of Spring, brought to you from the Satoyama where people live and work hand in hand with nature. Our pick 👉🏼 Once had its sake brewing license striped away during the war, the Obuse Winery turned to the planting of grapes but never forgot about their heritage in sake brewing. Just like it’s history, the 2013 Neuf Miyamanishiki sake demonstrates fruity flavors along with a gentle acidity that reminds us of a wine 🍷🍶
Are Grower Champagne always better than House Champagne? Well not necessarily! If you’re looking for unique tastes with elements of surprise (perhaps during a romantic dinner for two?), go for a Grower Champagne; whereas if you’re hosting a Christmas party and consistent quality and taste is key, House Champagne is the perfect choice🥂 Our pick 👉🏼 We’re opting for the beautifully crafted Moët & Chandon Champagnes for this holiday season. Spontaneous, radiant and romantic - it’s the ultimate French celebration! 🎄🎅🏼
Back to the genuine tastes of the nature - extraordinary marriage of natural wines and French cuisine thru the hands of Wine Expert Lin Yu-Sen and Master Chef Lanshu Chen! Our pick 👉🏼 Quenelle de Homard and a bottle of Anjou Blanc “Ephata” Domaine du Clos de Élu 2014 🍷
From vines to barrels - over 100 years of traditions lingering upon your palate 🥃 Our pick 👉🏼 Experience the legacy of Hennessy (declassified!) at the special exhibition in Hong Kong, only from now until 23/9!
Spirits doesn’t always need to come with alcohol. A modern way of drinking with @seedlipdrinks , perfect for a night out drinking and driving! Our pick 👉🏼 Mocktail made with Spice 94, paired with Chef André’s interpretation of sea urchin porridge
Hidden behind a plain metal door in Soho secretly lies this flower crab and uni gem 🙈 Our pick 👉🏼 Crisp minerality and a soft touch of citrus is what the 2015 Rubaiyat Koshu Sur Lie has to offer 🍷
Fruitful marriage of men’s craftsmanship and the gift of nature, all in one bite Our pick 👉🏼 The oily and subtle minerality of a Bordeaux White shows just how well it responds to the call of the sea 🍷
From your local butcher next door to your table, grilled to perfection! Our pick 👉🏼 Fresh acidity from a bottle of Chianti Classico will cut thru the fattiness of the lamb rack seamlessly - a pairing that truly makes both the food and wine sing🍷
It's game time! Pair your early season English grouse with a fruity and medium tannic red! Our pick 👉🏼 2012 Le Piane Rosso Vino da Tavola 🍷
Let Chef Gordon Ramsay show you how a line caught sea bass shall be prepared Our pick 👉🏼 2014 Henri Bourgeois Sancerre Blanc Jadis 🍷
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