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U.S. Cognac Market Surges Past 5-Million-Case Mark

Cognac continues to thrive in the U.S., propelled by the remarkable rise of category leader Hennessy, along with steady progress for leading competitors Rémy Martin, Courvoisier and Martell, and an impressive contribution from relative newcomer d’Ussé. Continue reading →

Posted in News on October 17, 2017

Interview: Binny’s Brett Pontoni Discusses The Brown Spirits Boom

Chicago-based retail giant Binny’s Beverage Depot has placed a big bet on brown spirits over recent years, building up its inventory of mainstream, craft and rare offerings, and investing in its Whiskey Hotline, manned by a dedicated staff of full-time professionals. With its Scotch, Bourbon and Cognac sales surging, the 35-store chain is now seeing brown spirits enthusiasm extend to Armagnac, American brandy and rum. SND senior editor Christina Jelski recently caught up with Binny’s spirits buyer Brett Pontoni to talk trends in the booming brown spirits arena. Continue reading →

Posted in News on February 22, 2017

News Briefs for January 19, 2017

•After a strong third quarter, Rémy Cointreau’s sales were up by nearly 5% (and 6% on an organic basis) over the first nine months of its fiscal year. Continue reading →

Posted in News on January 19, 2017

Strong U.S. Performance Drives 4% Sales Growth For Rémy Cointreau

Solid results in the U.S. market led Rémy Cointreau to a 4% organic sales increase in its fiscal first half (ended in September), as revenue climbed to €513 million ($565m).  Continue reading →

Posted in News on October 18, 2016

Cognac On Pace To Hit Major Milestones In U.S. Market This Year

Heading into the spirits market’s crucial holiday selling period, the high-flying Cognac category shows no signs of slowing down. Continue reading →

Posted in News on October 10, 2016

Remy Results Boosted By Strong U.S. Performance

Rémy Cointreau posted a 0.3% organic sales increase to €1.1 billion ($1.24b) for its full fiscal year through March, with Cognac growth in the U.S. offsetting struggles in other markets. Continue reading →

Posted in News on June 9, 2016

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