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Constellation’s Sales Hit $8.8 Billion In Full Fiscal Year

Constellation Brands posted sales up 2% on a comparable basis to $8.8 billion in the company’s fiscal year ended in February, as operating income grew 2% organically to $2.9 billion. Continue reading →

Posted in News on April 7, 2022

New Zealand Wines Hit New U.S. Record Despite Supply Challenges

Imported wines and spirits have been among the offerings hit the hardest by the global supply chain crunch, and bottlings from New Zealand have been no exception. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 23, 2022

News Briefs for March 3, 2022

•Hendrick’s has unveiled a new limited edition gin, Neptunia. Retailing at $40 a 750-ml., the newcomer is bottled at 43.4% abv. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 3, 2022

Impact Databank: U.S. Wine Market Slows, But Premium-Plus Brands Outperform

Stifled by fierce competition from other categories and the continuing effects of the pandemic, the U.S. wine market is projected to fall a slight 0.5% this year—its first annual decline since 1993—according to The U.S. Wine Market: Shanken’s Impact Databank Review & Forecast, 2021 Edition. Continue reading →

Posted in News on November 10, 2021

Constellation’s Sales Rise 5%, Led By Beer, Higher-End Wine Brands

Constellation Brands posted sales up 5% on an organic basis to $2.37 billion in the three months through August, representing its fiscal second quarter, with its beer business in double-digit growth and its upscale wine portfolio led by The Prisoner, Kim Crawford, and Meiomi contributing solid momentum. Continue reading →

Posted in News on October 6, 2021

Impact Databank: “Better For You” Wines Projected To Approach 3 Million Cases This Year

A few years back, some of the initial players in the low-calorie wine category drew their inspiration from hard seltzers White Claw and Truly, which were already becoming giants in the beverage alcohol industry. Continue reading →

Posted in News on September 21, 2021

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