Phinney described the opportunity to partner with the Gallo family as working with some of his wine heroes and make wine not restricted by grape or facility limitations. "I'm in the wine business—like so many people—because of the Gallos," he explained. "Together, we're going to make it better. This is going to be Orin Swift, no holds barred."
San Rafael, Calif.—E. & J. Gallo Winery and Constellation Brands own half of the wine brands on the list of top 20 labels sold off-premise. The same two companies also account for almost half of the nearly $4 billion in sales by the top 20 brands. (Click here for the full list.)
The top 20 off-premise wine brands generate $3.89 billion in sales, which is about 41% of the entire off-premise market, as measured by IRI, the Chicago, Ill.-based market-research firm. Five companies with more
Intent on targeting a wider range of drinking occasions and demographic groups, wine marketers are increasingly looking beyond the traditional glass bottle when it comes to packaging their wares. Single-serve wine offerings are becoming popular within outdoor and sporting event … Continue reading →
While imports have driven much of sparkling wine’s U.S. growth lately, domestic offerings are also flourishing, increasing 7% to 9.35 million cases in 2014, with their total about 2 million cases higher than the import segment. Seven of the top … Continue reading →
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