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California Wine’s Above-$15 Tier Leading The Charge

Even as the on-premise sector continues its long road to recovery from the pandemic, California table wines in general have struggled to maintain momentum, declining by volume for the second time in three years in 2021, according to Impact Databank. Continue reading →

Posted in News on June 14, 2022

News Briefs for March 2, 2022

•Constellation is extending California wine brand Meiomi with a red blend composed of Syrah, Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot and aged primarily in French oak.

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Posted in News on March 2, 2022

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

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