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Constellation Posts 7% Sales Rise In First Quarter

Driven by continuing growth across its beer business and an improvement in wine and spirits depletions, Constellation saw net sales increase 7% to $1.6 billion in its fiscal first quarter, ended in May. Continue reading →

Posted in News on July 1, 2015

Packaging Innovations Abound As Winemakers Look To Tap New Audiences

Intent on targeting a wider range of drinking occasions and demographic groups, wine marketers are increasingly looking beyond the traditional glass bottle when it comes to packaging their wares. Continue reading →

Posted in News on June 24, 2015

Brown Spirits Ramp Up Innovation Efforts, As Flavored Vodka Shifts Gears

With vodka’s growth cooling and the whisk(e)y renaissance in full swing, brown spirits are leading innovation efforts across the U.S. market, courting both connoisseurs with upscale, craft-like offerings and neophytes with a variety of entry-level and flavored options. Continue reading →

Posted in News on June 12, 2015

Italian Table Wine Volume Declines In U.S., But Leading Players Perform Well

Italy remained the U.S. wine market’s import leader last year, shipping a total of 27.2 million nine-liter cases of table wine. Continue reading →

Posted in News on May 21, 2015

Constellation Posts 5% Sales Growth For Full Year, Buoyed By Beer Business

Constellation Brands continues to reap benefits from its bet on beer, as the company’s portfolio of Mexican brews drove gains in its fiscal year ended in February. Continue reading →

Posted in News on April 9, 2015

Exclusive: Gallo Leads Impact’s Domestic Wine “Hot Brands,” Italy Paces Imports

While the total U.S. wine market inched ahead by less than 1% to 322 million cases last year, Impact’s roster of 2014 wine “Hot Brands” reveals that a mix of established players and ambitious challengers achieved strong growth last year amid the tepid market conditions. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 18, 2015

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