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Viña Caliterra chosen as sustainable standard-bearer | Daily wine news - the latest breaking wine news from around the world | News | decanter.com

Viña Caliterra chosen as sustainable standard-bearer | Daily wine news - the latest breaking wine news from around the world | News | decanter.com | Autour du vin | Scoop.it
Viña Caliterra has become the only winery to be listed in Chile Verde’ (Green Chile) a recently published book promoting environmental culture.Viña Caliterra was established in the Colchagua Valley in 1996 as a partnership between the Robert G Mondavi family and Viña Errázuriz (although Errázuriz is now the sole owner).

It covers an area spanning 1,085ha (2,681 acres), 75% of which is untouched land.

Caliterra’s vineyards consist of 210ha of Merlot, Carmenere, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah and smaller lots of Malbec on the valley floor, first planted in 1997.

There are also 78ha of hillside plantings: Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Carmenere and Viognier.

Viña Caliterra maintains its sustainable status with a range of practices including efficient water use and recycling projects, reforestation, erosion protection plans, lightweight bottles, and the encouragement of herds of wild horses to reduce the risk of fire.

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Distribution : Chronodrive prête les tireuses pression contre l’achat de mini-fûts

AB InBev France n’est pas encore présent sur le marché des mini-fûts pression utilisables sans machine. Avec le drive, le brasseur a trouvé la parade. Il a proposé cet été dans certains entrepôts Chronodrive de prêter des Perfect Draft Philips, habituellement utilisés dans les petits débits de boissons, pour tout achat d’un de ses mini-fûts de six litres signés Leffe (24,50 €), Stella Artois (21 €) ou Jupiler (21,50 €). Autre atout de la démarche : ces mini-fûts étaient livrés déjà réfrigérés. Pas besoin d’attendre les 12 heures de mise au froid pour les utiliser ! .

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Vins de Beaujolais : 2012, millésime tardif à la production réduite - Vitisphere.com

Vins de Beaujolais : 2012, millésime tardif à la production réduiteVitisphere.comD'après les dernières estimations de l'interprofession, les vendanges 2012 en Beaujolais devraient débuter entre le 5 et le 15 septembre.
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Wine grape 'bible' poised for publication

Wine grape 'bible' poised for publication | Autour du vin | Scoop.it
A 1,200-page guide to the world's wine grape varieties, billed as the most comprehensive ever published and co-authored by Jancis Robinson MW, is published this autumn.
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Interview, Part 2: Richard Cacciato of Frederick Wildman & Sons Ltd.

Interview, Part 2: Richard Cacciato of Frederick Wildman & Sons Ltd. | Autour du vin | Scoop.it
In the second part of our interview with Richard Cacciato, the president and CEO of Frederick Wildman & Sons discusses the brand portfolio and recent trends. SND: What are the growth areas of your business? Cacciato: Fortunately, there’s not just one brand or segment driving growth. Italian wines are a big part of our business, and we’re seeing strong growth there—from brands like Folonari, Melini, Ca’ Donini and Santi. In March, we acquired distribution rights to Marchesi di Barolo, and we’re very excited about that. Our French wines are bucking the trend and growing. Pascal Jolivet was up by 14% last year. Hugel grew by 8%, and Leflaive grew by 20%.

SND: How do you account for that growth?

Cacciato: We’re starting to see a change in consumer behavior. Fortunately last year, especially for Burgundy, the 2009 vintage generated tremendous interest. Although we were growing with Leflaive, a good part of its 20% growth in 2011 must be attributed to the 2009 vintage. We also acquired the agency for Domaine Faiveley last year, and it was very impactful for us. It’s a great property that really fits the Wildman portfolio.
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Champagne growing season 'worst in decades'

Even with improved weather in the run-up to harvest, expected to start around 20 September, yields will be significantly down on recent years with frost, hail, protracted and uneven flowering and problems with disease all having an adverse effect.

Frosts in mid-April destroyed nearly 10% of the appellation’s crop, with losses as high as 40% in some areas.

A severe hailstorm in early June in the Cote des Bar affected nearly 1,000 hectares of vineyard, with some producers losing everything and the damage estimated to have cut the 2013 harvest by one-third as well.

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Adult Strawberry Milk sur le marché américain

•Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits is launching Adult Beverage Co.’s Adult Strawberry Milk in the U.S. market. A vodka-based RTD cocktail, the 40-proof offering is infused with strawberry and cream flavors and priced at $17.99 a 750-ml.August 14, 2012

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France: Commerce extérieur des vins français

Le solde de la balance commerciale française des vins en 2011 affiche un excédent de 6,6 milliards d’euros, en hausse de 14 % par rapport à l’année précédente, selon un bilan diffusé par FranceAgriMer la semaine dernière, à l'occasion de son conseil spécialisé des vins.

Les exportations françaises de vins en 2011 ont rebondi de 5 % par rapport à 2010 pour atteindre 14,16 millions d’hectolitres (Mhl ). En valeur, elles ont enregistré un record avec un chiffre d’affaires de 7,17 milliards d’euros, en progression de 13 % par rapport à 2010.

Les vins tranquilles AOP/AOC tiennent le haut du panier de l'exportation en 2011 (38 % en volume, 50 % en valeur), suivis par les vins IGP (28 %, 11 %) et les vins sans IG (20 %, 5 %). Le champagne (7 % en volume et 29 % en valeur) et les autres vins effervescents (4 %, 3 %) se partagent le reste du marché à l'exportation.

Sur cinq ans, les exportations françaises progressent de 2 % en volume et de 13 % en valeur mais de façon contrastée selon les gammes de vins. Ainsi les vins effervescents (hors champagne) connaissent la plus forte hausse avec une progression de 12 % en volume et 21 % en valeur. Augmentation des volumes également pour les vins tranquilles, mais plus discrète : c'est en valeur que les choses bougent positivement, particulièrement pour les AOP (+18 % en valeur, alors que les volumes exportés stagnent).

En 2011, la part de l’Union européenne dans les exportations françaises de vins est en baisse et représente 64 % des volumes et 49 % de la valeur (contre respectivement 74 % et 59 % en 2000). Malgré cela, avec un peu plus de 9 millions d’hectolitres pour 3,5 milliards d’euros, les exportations vers l’Union européenne progressent de 3 % en valeur par rapport à 2010.

La part de nos exportations vers les pays tiers est, quant à elle, en progression et atteint en 2011, 36 % en volume et 51 % en valeur. Avec 5,1 millions d’hectolitres pour près de 3,7 milliards d’euros, les exportations vers les pays tiers sont en forte hausse par rapport à 2010 : +14 % en volume et +24 % en valeur.

Cette progression vers les pays tiers est très nette sur cinq ans, notamment à destination de l’Asie, et plus particulièrement de la Chine dont les exportations représentent en 2011, 8 % de parts de marché. Elle est devenue en dix ans le premier pays client des vins Bordeaux.

« En revanche, la reprise au sein de l’Union européenne est plus mitigée (-6 % en volume et -5 % en valeur) », indique FranceAgriMer.

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Italie : les exportations de vins en vrac marquent le pas - Vitisphere.com

Italie : les exportations de vins en vrac marquent le pas - Vitisphere.com | Autour du vin | Scoop.it
Les exportations italiennes de vin en vrac ont battu en 2011 un record avec 23,5 millions d'hectolitres (Mhl) envoyés à l'étranger. Cependant, au premier trimestre de 2012, elles ont marqué le pas en volume, en recul de 8% sur un an, alors que la progression en valeur se poursuit +7%. Cette tendance est menée par les performances du vrac italien au seul premier trimestre 2012, où le prix moyen a grimpé de 37%, tandis que les expéditions reculaient de près d'un quart.
La tendance s'explique notamment par la pression concurrentielle accrue de certains grands pays producteurs du Nouveau Monde, en particulier l'Australie, le Chili et l'Argentine, qui mènent une guerre des prix sur l'entrée de gamme. En comparaison, la concurrence de la part de l'Espagne est moins intense que l'an dernier, indique la statistique agricole italienne, Ismea, qui précise que "l'Espagne se hisse cependant, au premier trimestre 2012, à la première place de la liste des exportateurs mondiaux en volume, position historiquement détenu par l'Italie".
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Total Wine Details Its “Next Generation” Store Features

Total Wine Details Its “Next Generation” Store Features

August 13, 2012Total Wine & More has revealed details of a set of “next generation” features that will be included at each of its future locations. New features include in-store iPads—programmed to provide recommendations on food and wine pairings—and flat panel video screens that stream educational content on wine, beer and spirits. Also included in the concept are an updated education center and complimentary Wi-Fi, which will allow customers to compare prices instantly.

According to a Total Wine spokesperson, the “next generation” store model is now the standard for all new locations, and, over time, will also be introduced to the chain’s existing outposts. Total Wine’s Laguna Hills store in Southern California, opening this Thursday, will feature the concept, along with its recently launched Dallas, Texas, and Bellevue, Washington, locations. The retailer’s upcoming Tucson, Arizona, store—which opens later this month—is also part of the “next generation” concept.

“Today’s customers are seeking increased information from retailers about the products they see and like, and Total Wine’s new ‘next generation’ environment delivers on all of those fronts,” says Total Wine co-owner David Trone, adding that the initiative is part of the retailer’s new aim to become “technology leaders” in the industry. Offering a selection of more than 8,000 wines, 3,000 spirits and 2,500 beers, Total Wine & More currently operates 83 stores in 12 states and has outlined plans to enter New Mexico by the end of this year.

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France: Ventes annuelles de punchs

France: Ventes annuelles de punchs | Autour du vin | Scoop.it

14 Août 2012

Ventes du 25 avril 2011 au 22 avril 2012 en hypers et supers (évolution sur un an).

Source : Nielsen pour Rayon Boissons

 

Punchs & cocktails alcoolisés

5,6 millions de litres (+ 4 %)

46 millions d’euros (+ 10 %)

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Belgique: e-commerce du vin - Le Vif

Belgique: e-commerce du vin - Le Vif | Autour du vin | Scoop.it

la France, qui compte plus de 300 cybermarchands de bouteilles. La vente de vin en ligne y progresse de 30 % par an depuis 2007 et atteignait 410 millions d'euros en 2011, selon une étude menée par l'école de management de Bordeaux. Au niveau mondial, la vente de nectar sur Internet génère 3,4 milliards d'euros, ce qui représente 3,2 % du chiffre d'affaires du secteur, tous circuits de distribution confondus. En Belgique, on en est encore loin : d'après le spécialiste des études de marché GfK, moins de 1 % des achats de vin par les particuliers sont conclus sur Internet.

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El Bulli cellar to be sold at auction

The fabled wine cellar of celebrated restaurant El Bulli, which closed its doors last July, is to be auctioned off by Sotheby's.
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Chinese wine market still reliant on 'business purchases': report

Chinese wine market still reliant on 'business purchases': report | Autour du vin | Scoop.it

Chinese consumers drinking wine as an everyday social drink are still only a small part of the market, research has found.The country’s wine market is ‘heavily reliant’ on purchases made as part of a ‘business obligation’ by a group dubbed ‘Prestige-seeking traditionalists’.

These make up 22% of the wine drinking population but account for 41% of spend, Wine Intelligence says.‘These individuals are typically purchasing top end Bordeaux and Burgundy for business dinners and gifts, but are unlikely to venture beyond prestige wines to buy more everyday brands for their own consumption.’

Another high-spending group, ‘Adventurous connoisseurs’, make up 9% of the wine-drinking population but account for 21% of total spend. This group has a far wider repertoire than other high-spenders, and is willing to explore the New World and other regions.

According to statisticians IWSR (International Wine and Spirit Research), the Chinese drank 155.8 nine-litre cases of wine in 2011, of which 17.4% were imported and 82.6% produced domestically.In 1990, the total consumption was 11.9m cases, of which 99.8% were produced domestically.Wine Intelligence estimates that China currently has approximately 19m drinkers of imported wine, a figure arrived at, it says, ‘by calculating the number of consumers likely to be exposed to imported wine (adults aged 18-50, live in urban areas, upper middle class), and then tracking penetration of imported wine drinking among this population.’

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Hedonism Wines raises bar for fine wine retail

Hedonism Wines raises bar for fine wine retail | Autour du vin | Scoop.it

Hedonism Wines has been set up by businessman Evgeny Chichvarkin, founder of Russia’s largest mobile phone retailer, Evroset.Chichvarkin has brought in former project manager Tatiana Fokina to run this new company, along with ex-Harrods wine and spirits buyer Alistair Viner.

Introducing the Davies Street store, whose development has been kept a closely guarded secret during the last 18 months, Viner explained: “We wanted to get all the details spot on. We’re looking to take wine retailing to the next level. It’s not just about the product, but also the level of service, with nothing being too difficult.”

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Les Américains préfèrent toujours la bière mais les femmes boivent du vin

Les Américains préfèrent toujours la bière mais les femmes boivent du vin | Autour du vin | Scoop.it
Les Américains préfèrent toujours boire de la bière mais le vin est la boisson favorite des femmes et des plus âgés, indique un sondage sur les habitudes de consommation aux Etats-Unis publié vendredi.
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Treasury’s U.S. Depletions Slip 2% For Full Year, But Trend Improving

In its first full fiscal year as a standalone wine company, Treasury Wine Estates said its U.S. In its first full fiscal year as a standalone wine company, Treasury Wine Estates said its U.S. depletions declined 2% in the 12 months through June 30, but asserted that trends are pointing in the right direction, with depletions rising 2.3% over its fiscal second half.

Among Treasury’s key brands, Beringer and Lindemans have shown positive momentum lately after struggling in recent years. Beringer, which does 95% of its sales in North America and was down 4.8% to 6.3 million cases in the U.S. in calendar 2011, saw global volumes improve slightly in the 12 months through June. But its second-half depletions rose 5.8%, and fourth quarter depletions, up 7.2%, were even stronger (the rollout of Beringer Moscato, Pink Moscato and Red Moscato in recent months has helped boost sales). Lindemans, another brand that’s slid markedly in recent years (it was down 28% to 1.7 million cases in the U.S. from 2009-2011), enjoyed U.S. depletions growth of 7% for the full fiscal year.
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Gov't researcher responds to Chinese wine contamination allegations|Food|chinadaily.com.cn

Gov't researcher responds to Chinese wine contamination allegations Updated: 2012-08-14 14:46          

China is concerned about pesticide residue levels in wines and other food products, a government researcher said Monday.

 

Yan Weixing, a researcher with the China National Center for Food Safety Risk Assessment, said pesticide residue, which he believed was unavoidable in a modernized world, would pose no threat to humans if it was controlled within the normal range and its risks were fully gauged before use.

Yan also pledged that the health authorities would tighten supervision over pesticides when he was asked to respond to an alleged wine contamination case during a Health Ministry press conference.

The Securities Market Weekly, a Chinese financial magazine, said in a cover story preview in its microblogging service account on Aug. 9, that 10 wine products from three Chinese winemakers were sample tested and found to contain excessive levels of pesticide residues - carbendazim and metalaxyl.

The story, due to be released in its Aug. 10 edition, was suspended due to unaccountable reasons. As of Monday, the report could not be found on its website and microblogging account. Calls to the magazine went unanswered.

High doses of carbendazim, a widely-used fungicide, can cause infertility issues and possibly lead to liver cancer, according to the magazine.

The preview sent a shockwave to the stock market, as yuan-denominated shares of Changyu, a leading Chinese winemaker whose products were listed among the samples, dropped by 9.83 percentage points on Aug. 10.

Following the preview, the board of directors of Changyu issued a statement on its official website on Aug. 11, saying all its products were up to national standards.

Song Quanhou, deputy head of the China National Research Institute of Food & Fermentation Industries, who signed the sample test report, told the media on Aug. 11 that the samples could not be identified as Changyu products and no past record showed the company's products were contaminated by pesticides.

According to the results of the sample test, the amount of carbendazim contained in the wine samples ranged from 0.00157mg/kg to 0.01942 mg/kg. This is below the maximum pesticide residue limits set by the EU and China, which are set at 0.5 mg/kg and 3mg/kg, respectively. The amount of metalaxyl in the wine samples ranged from 0.00211mg/kg to 0.01414 mg/kg, below the maximum pesticide residue limits in the EU and China, which are both set at 1 mg/kg.

Chinese Internet users have circulated the news via microblogging accounts and made hundreds of comments, with some of them questioning the ethics of news magazines, and others casting doubt over the country's scandal-hit food sector.

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Fine wine dip hits Berry Bros results

Fine wine dip hits Berry Bros results | Autour du vin | Scoop.it




Wine and spirits merchant Berry Bros & Rudd recorded a net loss in the year to 31 March, impacted by a dip in fine wine sales and unfavourable comparisons with last year.

Berry Bros has been hit by falling turnover from sales of fine Bordeaux

The London-based company posted a net loss of £4,000, compared to a net profit of £22.75m the previous year, but pointed out that the 2011 figure had been inflated by the sale of various assets, including Cutty Sark Scotch whisky.

However, operating profit – viewed as a more meaningful assessment of underlying performance – was also down, falling 58% to £2.05m, and turnover decreased 23% to £165.4m, thanks to lower sales of fine wine.

In a review accompanying the company’s results, chairman Simon Berry blamed the fall in fine wine turnover on declining prices and slower trading in Bordeaux wines.


Tuesday 14 August 2012

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VeeV Targets 50,000 Cases With First Premixed Entry, VitaFrute

VeeV Targets 50,000 Cases With First Premixed Entry, VitaFrute

August 14, 2012Thanks largely to the success of Skinnygirl, the premixed cocktail category has seen a rush of entries and is rapidly expanding, rising 6% to 6.8 million nine-liter cases last year, according to Impact Databank.VeeV Spirits, known for its VeeV Açaí liqueur, is now entering the category with the launch of VitaFrute cocktails, the company tells Shanken News Daily.

The VitaFrute brand will hit national distribution on September 1, retailing at around $14.99 a 750-ml. The new offering comes in three flavors—Margarita, Cosmopolitan and Lemonade—all using VeeV açai liqueur as their base.

VitaFrute (15% abv) is touted as an all-natural, organic and low-calorie entry targeting the health-conscious consumer, both male and female. VeeV co-founder Carter Reum says that while Skinnygirl opened the door for the low-calorie cocktail segment, there’s plenty of room for likeminded brands to flourish—and perhaps premiumize the category. Reum expects VitaFrute to reach 50,000 nine-liter cases in the brand’s first 12 months on the market.

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Argentine : la filière débat du développement exponentiel du vin en ... - Vitisphere.com

Entre 2009 et 2011, les exportations argentines de vins en vrac ont augmenté de 47,2 % en volume et de 161 % en valeur. En 2011, un peu moins d’un million d’hectolitre de vin était exporté par l’Argentine en vrac. Cette tendance ne fléchit pas, au contraire : lors du premier trimestre 2012 les expéditions argentines de vins en vrac ont augmenté de 131 %. Et actuellement, les prix moyens du vrac argentin sont les plus élevés des 10 dernières années. Aux Etats-Unis, le prix de vente moyen d’un litre de vin en vrac argentin était de 1,74 $ le premier trimestre 2012, contre 83 centimes de dollars l’année précédente (pour en savoir plus, cliquer ici).

Cependant, la filière argentine ne se réjouit globalement pas de ces résultats. Elle se focalise plutôt sur la chute des ses exportations de vins embouteillés (-7 % en volume le premier trimestre 2012). Les professionnels s'inquiètent du grignotage des expéditions de vins embouteillés par les vins en vrac. Auparavant, ils estimaient que les deux types de conditionnement représentaient des produits et des marchés distincts, maintenant ils craignent le grignotage de la bouteille au profit du vrac.

Président de l’association Bodegas de Argentina, Juan Carlos Pina précise « que la croissance dans le monde des exportations de vrac n’est pas un mal. Ces vins présentent un très bon rapport qualité-prix et l’Argentine a une tradition dans le vrac. Mais notre problème est d’origine monétaire. Le peso argentin est sous-évalué et dans ce contexte il devient très difficile d’exporter un produit à forte valeur ajoutée. » D’après les modèles de Wines of Argentina, la filière argentine perd 3,9 $ pour chaque litre de vin qui n’est plus embouteillé mais envoyé en vrac. En 2012, l’agence gouvernementale estime 9 millions de litres de vins argentins ne seraient plus embouteillés mais expédiés en vrac.

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'Don't call us a cult' â€" Screaming Eagle

'Don't call us a cult' â€" Screaming Eagle | Autour du vin | Scoop.it
Celebrated Californian wine Screaming Eagle is a Napa Valley grand cru, not a cult, according to the winery's general manager.
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Blackisphere » Blog Archive » Net rebond des exportations de vins AOC Cahors au cours du premier semestre 2012

Blackisphere » Blog Archive » Net rebond des exportations de vins AOC Cahors au cours du premier semestre 2012 | Autour du vin | Scoop.it
Nouvelle livraison de statistiques / Exportations de vins AOC Cahors au cours du 1er semestre 2012 :
+ 30,43% en volume, soit +2 876 Hl
+ 29,69% en valeur (chiffre d’affaires), soit + 1 288 000 € HT
Source : Ubifrance (cf. fichier ci-joint).

A noter :
- Progression continue aux Etats-Unis depuis le lancement de la stratégie « Cahors Malbec »
- Progression à nouveau en Chine
- Baisse à nouveau au Canada (mais décision récente du monopole de l’Ontario, LCBO, de référencer de nouveaux cahors … à suivre ).

Pronostic : En 2012, l’AOC Cahors devrait arriver à exporter plus de 25 000 Hl pour plus de 10,5 millions d’€ HT de chiffre d’affaires, et ce sur la base des statistiques officielles (minimalistes)

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Ventes annuelles de vins de la Vallée du Rhône en GMS

Ventes des AOP de la Vallée du Rhône en hypers et supers du 25/04/11 au 22/04/12 (évolutions à un an.)

Source : SymphonyIRI pour Rayon Boissons

90 millions de litres (- 0,9%)

372 millions d’euros (+ 1,4%)

 

Répartition par couleur en volumes :

84,2 % de vins rouges AOP

14,6% de vins rosés AOP

1,3 % de vins blancs AOP

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France: + 131 % pour les ventes de vins aromatisés en juin 2012

Les rosés aromatisés au pamplemousse ou les blancs mélangés à la pêche continuent de cartnner. Mois après mois, l'engouement pour les boissons à base de vin (BABV) se confirme en GMS.

Selon les données exclusives de SymphonyIRI pour Rayon Boissons, leurs ventes ont encore bondi de + 92 % en valeur et de + 131 % en valeur en juin 2012 par rapport à juin 2011. Sans compter que les enseignes ne cessent d'étoffer leur offre à marques de distributeur, Leclerc en tête. Cette mode pour l'aromatisation des vins ne profite pas seulement aux boissons prêtes à boire. Les sirops au pamplemousse ont aussi le vent en poupe.

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