WINE INDUSTRY INSIGHT
EMAIL EDITION - VOLUME I, NUMBER 90 - June 2, 2009
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May Overall Wine Sales Grow, $20+ Category Up, Imports Down
Domestic table wine sales posted a 3.7-percent gain for the four-week period ending April 19, over the same period last year, according to Wine Industry Insight’s analysis of data from Information Resources Inc. Sales tracked by the data account for approximately 63 percent of all wine sold in the United States and is weighted in favor of popular and value brands.
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Also in this article:
- ALL CATEGORIES GAIN, BUT $20+ CONTINUES TO SHOW STRONGLY
- 2009: HEALTHY SALES IN FOUR OF PAST FIVE MONTHS
- IMPORT DOLLAR SALES LAG, BUT MAINTAIN PRICE SUPERIORITY
- CHAMPAGNE MAKES SUBSTANTIAL GAIN ON STRENGTH OF DOMESTIC BRANDS
- DETAILED MONTHLY DATA FOR JAN-MARCH
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