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June 2016 Data Released on 07.14.2016Domestic Wine Grows 5% in June; Barefoot Remains No. 1Off-premise sales of domestic wine grew steadily through June, marking the third month in a row that measured 5% monthly growth and 6% 52-week growth, according to IRI's scan data. A review of the Top 20 Table Wine Brands showed that Barefoot remained No. 1 in sales.
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Month 12 Months June 2016 $638 mil 5% $8,667 mil 6% June 2015 $608 mil $8,174 mil
Sales of domestic wine reached $638 million during the four weeks ending June 12 in the multiple outlet and convenience store data from IRI, the Chicago-based market research firm.
Volume growth of domestic table and sparkling wines in IRI channels was slower than value. June volume was up just 1% from last June.
The Barefoot brand of E. & J. Gallo kept the No. 1 spot on the Top 20 Table Wine Brands ranking, based on IRI off-premise sales data. Sutter Home stayed at No. 2 but Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi passed Franzia box wines for the No. 3 spot. Bota Box at No. 19 and Liberty Creek at No. 20 nudged Livingston Cellars and Rex Goliath off the list.
Two bag-in-box wine brands–Bota Box from Delicato Family and Black Box from Constellation–were among the fastest growing in the Top 20 Table Wine Brands from IRI. Constellation also had the fastest shrinking brand off-premise, Robert Mondavi Private Selection.
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