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Whiskies, Tequila Drive Gains As Diageo Looks To 2018

After posting an acceleration in top-line growth in the key North American market over the past year, Diageo is looking to bolster its core stable of brands and stoke the progress of growth players like Bulleit, Buchanan’s and Don Julio. Continue reading →

Posted in News on December 5, 2017

As Casamigos Joins The Diageo Tequila Portfolio, Don Julio Keeps Climbing

While Diageo’s $700 million bet on Casamigos Tequila has been making headlines this summer, the drinks giant’s Don Julio label remains among the hottest brands within Tequila’s high-end tier. Continue reading →

Posted in News on September 7, 2017

Crown Royal, Bulleit And Don Julio Drive Diageo’s U.S. Sales, As Global Business Accelerates

Strong growth in whisk(e)y and Tequila boosted Diageo’s U.S. business in the company’s full fiscal year ended in June. Continue reading →

Posted in News on July 27, 2017

Diageo Enjoys Rebound In 2016, As Nearly Every Major Brand Posts Growth In U.S.

Diageo’s spirits portfolio enjoyed a strong turnaround in the U.S. market in fiscal 2016, as nearly every major brand in its lineup posted organic sales growth—including an array of brands that lost ground a year ago. Continue reading →

Posted in News on July 28, 2016

Patrón’s Growth Continues Despite New Challengers At Tequila’s Luxury End

Patrón, which pioneered the U.S. market’s thriving luxury Tequila segment, is now facing competition from a bevy of high-end entrants including Don Julio, Avión, Casamigos and others. Continue reading →

Posted in News on May 16, 2016

Diageo Sales, Volume Slip In U.S., But Leading Brands Improve

Diageo’s U.S. spirits volume declined by 2% in its fiscal first half, amid the company’s decision to dramatically reduce shipments of new products such as Ciroc Apple. Continue reading →

Posted in News on January 28, 2016

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