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July 2015 Data Released on 08.13.2015Sparkling Wine Helps Off-Premise Sales Grow 6%Both four-week and 52-week sales of domestic table and sparkling wine in off-premise locations grew 6% in value in July compared to a year ago, according to an analysis of data from IRI, the Chicago-based market research firm. Sparkling wine sales alone increased 9% in July and 8% in 52 weeks.
Off-Premise Sales » Month 12 Months July 2015 $603 million 6% $8,136 million 6% July 2014 $568 million $7,701 million
Sauvignon Blanc had the fastest sales growth rate (from a smalll base) of any major varietal or type during the most recent 52-week period. Red blends/Meritage wines were close behind in growth percentage but from a much bigger base. These rates reflect domestic and imported wines combined.
Pinot Noir sales grew by 34% in the most recent 52 weeks, which was faster than all other major varietals or types in the $20-plus per bottle segment, according to IRI. Six of the nine varietals shown grew in double digits.