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Alsace Wine Aims To Raise Its Profile In U.S. Market

Alsace, the cool-climate wine region in northeastern France, has just 38,600 acres under vine and annual production of 10 million 9-liter cases—a fraction of the 275,000 acres of vineyards and 56.7 million cases of annual output for Bordeaux. But Alsace has long been known for delivering top quality at excellent value, and boasts 51 Grand Cru vineyards whose wines are price-friendly, often retailing at less than $50 a 750-ml. Continue reading →

Posted in News on December 26, 2019

Ste. Michelle Introduces “Anew,” A Riesling

Ste. Michelle Wine Estates has added a Washington Riesling brand to its portfolio, Anew. Continue reading →

Posted in News on June 4, 2013

Table Wines Priced At 9 Dollars And Above Show Double-Digit Growth For Year Through August 20, Nielsen Says

Table wines retailing at $9 and over a 750-ml. bottle grew 10.9% by volume and 10.1% by value for the 52-week period ending August 20, according to the latest Nielsen numbers. Continue reading →

Posted in News on September 8, 2011

Wines Priced at 9 Dollars And Above Show 9.5 Percent Value Growth, Nielsen Says

Table wine sales increased 3.2% by volume in the 52-week period ending May 28, to 126.8 million cases, and 4.2% by value, to $9.5 billion, according to Nielsen.

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Posted in News on June 14, 2011