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June 2017 Data  -  Released on July 14, 2017
 
Boxed Table Wines Rise 10% with Steady Off-Premise Growth
Off-premise sales through multiple-outlet and convenience stores tracked by Chicago, Ill.-based market research firm IRI topped $640 million in June 2017, up 3% from June 2016. Domestic wine sales in the 52 weeks ended June 11, 2017 rose 4% to $8.7 billion. Bottled table and sparkling wines rose 3% and 6%, respectively. Boxed table wine sales saw the strongest growth at 10%, while sparkling wine in cans fell 10%.
 
 
Off-Premise Sales
IRI Channels »
Month   12 Months  
June 2017 $640 mil
3%
$8,736 mil
4%
June 2016 $622 mil $8,422 mil
     
 
 

Off-premise sales totaled $640 million in June 2017, up 3% from June 2016.

 

IRI reported steady movement in case volumes for June 2017, with 8.3 million cases up 1% from June 2016.

 

Bottles remain the dominant packaging for table and sparkling wines, but boxes of table wine posted 10% growth in 2017 versus a year earlier.

 

 
 

About IRI Channels

Sourced from IRI, these figures cover sales in multiple-outlet and convenience store channels. These include grocery, drug, mass marketers, membership clubs, dollar and convenience stores. Liquor store sales are not included.

 
 
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