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January 2015 Data Released on 02.13.2015Domestic Wine Sales Up 7% in January as Sparkling SoarsOff-premise sales of domestic wine in January coasted back down after the typical holiday spike, but rested at 7% higher than last January. Domestic sparkling wine sales grew by 17% during IRI's four-week period from Dec. 29 to Jan. 25. This included one more pre-New Year shopping day than a year ago.
Off-Premise Sales » Month 12 Months January 2015 $623 million 7% $7,912 million 5% January 2014 $583 million $7,514 million
All the major varietals or wine types grew in bottle price over the past year. Shown in order of sales revenue with Chardonnay at the top, it’s clear that Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon led the way with more than 3% growth each.
Red Blends and Sauvignon Blanc grew the most in volume compared to a year ago, while also rising in price. The varietals or types are shown in order of sales revenue with Chardonnay at the top.