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Constellation Partners With Coca-Cola To Target Premixed Cocktail Market

Constellation Brands has struck a deal with Coca-Cola to target the booming premixed cocktail category through the latter’s Fresca brand. Continue reading →

Posted in News on January 6, 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

Wines Above $15 Drive Retail Gains, But Overall Volumes Slip On Tough Comps

Tough comparisons against last year’s pandemic-driven surge are weighing on the drinks industry’s retail growth, with spirits, wine, and beer all seeing a slowdown. Continue reading →

Posted in News on August 24, 2021

Impact Databank: U.S. Wine Volume Projected To Decline In 2021, But Premium Brands Make Strides

After 27 consecutive annual gains, the wine industry in the United States is expected to suffer a 0.5% volume decrease this year, down to 335.4 million 9-liter cases—according to the recently released 2021 edition of The U.S. Wine Market: Shanken’s Impact Databank Review & Forecast. Continue reading →

Posted in News on July 28, 2021

News Briefs for September 30, 2020

•Constellation is extending Meiomi with a Cabernet Sauvignon. Continue reading →

Posted in News on September 30, 2020

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