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Subject: Boxes and $20+ Wines Lead June/July Sales, Champagne Flops - WINE INDUSTRY INSIGHT

Date: 2009-07-29 21:06:19

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Boxes and $20+ Wines Lead June/July Sales, Sparkling Up But Champagne Flops

Domestic table wine sales continued to climb in the four-week period ending July 12, 2009.

During the same period, imports edged into negative territory.  According to Wine Industry Insight’s analysis of data from Information Resources Inc, U.S. wines posted a 5.1 percent gain for the over the same period last year while combined domestic and imported sales rose 3.8 percent. Domestic gains were led by boxes and wines selling for more than $20 per bottle while imports slumped 0.8 percent.

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  • BIGGEST GAINERS INCLUDE DOMESTIC AND IMPORT SEGMENTS
  • ALL DOMESTIC SEGMENTS GAIN, LED BY BOX AND $20+
  • IMPORTS DOWN OVERALL, BUT  TWO IMPORTANT SEGMENTS GAINED  SIGNIFICANTLY
  • IMPORT MARKET SHARE DOWN, AVERAGE BOTTLE PRICE UP
  • DOMESTIC CHAMPAGNE GAINS, IMPORTS LOSE

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The total Champagne and sparkling wine market gained 3.6 percent overall with U.S. sparkling up 7.7 percent and imports down 3.4 percent. (REDACTED)

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