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Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Eye-Catching Names Lead Top 20 New Wine Brands > and 15 are from California!

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San Rafael, Calif.
—Fresh brands with provocative names like Skinnygirl, Ooh La La and Stark Raving made the Top 20 New Table Wine Brands of 2012, as selected by the Symphony IRI Group (SIG). At least half a dozen appeared to be targeting female consumers, while only one new “critter” brand—Curious Beasts—made the top 20 this year.

The Top 20 New Table Wine Brands are featured as one aspect of Wines & Vines' March 15 update of Wine Industry Metrics at winesandvines.com. The fastest selling new brands and the Top 30 Momentum Brands of 2012 come from SIG, based on off-premise sales at food, drug and liquor stores across the United States.

Other indicators of the wine industry’s health in February, as covered in Wine Industry Metrics, include direct-to-consumer shipments, up 22%; winery job activity, also up 22%; and flash reseller offers, down 7%. An array of tables, charts and analysis is available now at winesandvines.com/metrics.

Regarding the hottest new brands, wine companies other than the big three—E. & J. Gallo, The Wine Group and Constellation Brands—launched the top four brands out of 20. Skinnygirl by Beam Global ranked No. 1 and led No. 2 Be wines from Treasury Wine Estates by more than $1.5 million cases, according to the Chicago-based market research firm.

Symphony IRI group Momentum brands
SIG’s special report on the Top 30 Momentum Table Wine Brands of 2012 also came out in February and included familiar names such as Cupcake Vineyards (Wine Group) repeating at No. 1, 14 Hands (Ste. Michelle Wine Estates) at No. 2 and Barefoot (E. & J. Gallo) at No. 3.

To create the Momentum Brands list, SIG started with the top 250 brands by volume from their total U.S. multi-outlet results for 52 weeks ending Jan. 6, 2013, and created a power ranking based on 11 criteria. (See winesandvines.com/metrics to view the full list.)

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an Rafael, Calif.—Fresh brands with provocative names like Skinnygirl, Ooh La La and Stark Raving made the Top 20 New Table Wine Brands of 2012, as selected by the Symphony IRI Group (SIG). At least half a dozen appeared to be targeting female consumers, while only one new “critter” brand—Curious Beasts—made the top 20 this year. The Top 20 New Table Wine Brands are featured as one aspect of Wines & Vines' March 15 update of Wine Industry Metrics at winesandvines.com. The fastest selling new brands and the Top 30 Momentum Brands of 2012 come from SIG, based on off-premise sales at food, drug and liquor stores across the United States. Other indicators of the wine industry’s health in February, as covered in Wine Industry Metrics, include direct-to-consumer shipments, up 22%; winery job activity, also up 22%; and flash reseller offers, down 7%. An array of tables, charts and analysis is available now at winesandvines.com/metrics. Regarding the hottest new brands, wine companies other than the big three—E. & J. Gallo, The Wine Group and Constellation Brands—launched the top four brands out of 20. Skinnygirl by Beam Global ranked No. 1 and led No. 2 Be wines from Treasury Wine Estates by more than $1.5 million cases, according to the Chicago-based market research firm. Symphony IRI group Momentum brands SIG’s special report on the Top 30 Momentum Table Wine Brands of 2012 also came out in February and included familiar names such as Cupcake Vineyards (Wine Group) repeating at No. 1, 14 Hands (Ste. Michelle Wine Estates) at No. 2 and Barefoot (E. & J. Gallo) at No. 3. To create the Momentum Brands list, SIG started with the top 250 brands by volume from their total U.S. multi-outlet results for 52 weeks ending Jan. 6, 2013, and created a power ranking based on 11 criteria. (See winesandvines.com/metrics to view the full list.)

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San Rafael, Calif.—Fresh brands with provocative names like Skinnygirl, Ooh La La and Stark Raving made the Top 20 New Table Wine Brands of 2012, as selected by the Symphony IRI Group (SIG). At least half a dozen appeared to be targeting female consumers, while only one new “critter” brand—Curious Beasts—made the top 20 this year. The Top 20 New Table Wine Brands are featured as one aspect of Wines & Vines' March 15 update of Wine Industry Metrics at winesandvines.com. The fastest selling new brands and the Top 30 Momentum Brands of 2012 come from SIG, based on off-premise sales at food, drug and liquor stores across the United States. Other indicators of the wine industry’s health in February, as covered in Wine Industry Metrics, include direct-to-consumer shipments, up 22%; winery job activity, also up 22%; and flash reseller offers, down 7%. An array of tables, charts and analysis is available now at winesandvines.com/metrics. Regarding the hottest new brands, wine companies other than the big three—E. & J. Gallo, The Wine Group and Constellation Brands—launched the top four brands out of 20. Skinnygirl by Beam Global ranked No. 1 and led No. 2 Be wines from Treasury Wine Estates by more than $1.5 million cases, according to the Chicago-based market research firm. Symphony IRI group Momentum brands SIG’s special report on the Top 30 Momentum Table Wine Brands of 2012 also came out in February and included familiar names such as Cupcake Vineyards (Wine Group) repeating at No. 1, 14 Hands (Ste. Michelle Wine Estates) at No. 2 and Barefoot (E. & J. Gallo) at No. 3. To create the Momentum Brands list, SIG started with the top 250 brands by volume from their total U.S. multi-outlet results for 52 weeks ending Jan. 6, 2013, and created a power ranking based on 11 criteria. (See winesandvines.com/metrics to view the full list.)

Read more at: http://www.winesandvines.com/template.cfm?section=news&content=113393&htitle=Eye-Catching%20Names%20Lead%20Top%2020%20New%20Wine%20Brands&
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San Rafael, Calif.—Fresh brands with provocative names like Skinnygirl, Ooh La La and Stark Raving made the Top 20 New Table Wine Brands of 2012, as selected by the Symphony IRI Group (SIG). At least half a dozen appeared to be targeting female consumers, while only one new “critter” brand—Curious Beasts—made the top 20 this year. The Top 20 New Table Wine Brands are featured as one aspect of Wines & Vines' March 15 update of Wine Industry Metrics at winesandvines.com. The fastest selling new brands and the Top 30 Momentum Brands of 2012 come from SIG, based on off-premise sales at food, drug and liquor stores across the United States. Other indicators of the wine industry’s health in February, as covered in Wine Industry Metrics, include direct-to-consumer shipments, up 22%; winery job activity, also up 22%; and flash reseller offers, down 7%. An array of tables, charts and analysis is available now at winesandvines.com/metrics. Regarding the hottest new brands, wine companies other than the big three—E. & J. Gallo, The Wine Group and Constellation Brands—launched the top four brands out of 20. Skinnygirl by Beam Global ranked No. 1 and led No. 2 Be wines from Treasury Wine Estates by more than $1.5 million cases, according to the Chicago-based market research firm. Symphony IRI group Momentum brands SIG’s special report on the Top 30 Momentum Table Wine Brands of 2012 also came out in February and included familiar names such as Cupcake Vineyards (Wine Group) repeating at No. 1, 14 Hands (Ste. Michelle Wine Estates) at No. 2 and Barefoot (E. & J. Gallo) at No. 3. To create the Momentum Brands list, SIG started with the top 250 brands by volume from their total U.S. multi-outlet results for 52 weeks ending Jan. 6, 2013, and created a power ranking based on 11 criteria. (See winesandvines.com/metrics to view the full list.)

Read more at: http://www.winesandvines.com/template.cfm?section=news&content=113393&htitle=Eye-Catching%20Names%20Lead%20Top%2020%20New%20Wine%20Brands&
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San Rafael, Calif.—Fresh brands with provocative names like Skinnygirl, Ooh La La and Stark Raving made the Top 20 New Table Wine Brands of 2012, as selected by the Symphony IRI Group (SIG). At least half a dozen appeared to be targeting female consumers, while only one new “critter” brand—Curious Beasts—made the top 20 this year. The Top 20 New Table Wine Brands are featured as one aspect of Wines & Vines' March 15 update of Wine Industry Metrics at winesandvines.com. The fastest selling new brands and the Top 30 Momentum Brands of 2012 come from SIG, based on off-premise sales at food, drug and liquor stores across the United States. Other indicators of the wine industry’s health in February, as covered in Wine Industry Metrics, include direct-to-consumer shipments, up 22%; winery job activity, also up 22%; and flash reseller offers, down 7%. An array of tables, charts and analysis is available now at winesandvines.com/metrics. Regarding the hottest new brands, wine companies other than the big three—E. & J. Gallo, The Wine Group and Constellation Brands—launched the top four brands out of 20. Skinnygirl by Beam Global ranked No. 1 and led No. 2 Be wines from Treasury Wine Estates by more than $1.5 million cases, according to the Chicago-based market research firm. Symphony IRI group Momentum brands SIG’s special report on the Top 30 Momentum Table Wine Brands of 2012 also came out in February and included familiar names such as Cupcake Vineyards (Wine Group) repeating at No. 1, 14 Hands (Ste. Michelle Wine Estates) at No. 2 and Barefoot (E. & J. Gallo) at No. 3. To create the Momentum Brands list, SIG started with the top 250 brands by volume from their total U.S. multi-outlet results for 52 weeks ending Jan. 6, 2013, and created a power ranking based on 11 criteria. (See winesandvines.com/metrics to view the full list.)

Read more at: http://www.winesandvines.com/template.cfm?section=news&content=113393&htitle=Eye-Catching%20Names%20Lead%20Top%2020%20New%20Wine%20Brands&
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San Rafael, Calif.—Fresh brands with provocative names like Skinnygirl, Ooh La La and Stark Raving made the Top 20 New Table Wine Brands of 2012, as selected by the Symphony IRI Group (SIG). At least half a dozen appeared to be targeting female consumers, while only one new “critter” brand—Curious Beasts—made the top 20 this year. The Top 20 New Table Wine Brands are featured as one aspect of Wines & Vines' March 15 update of Wine Industry Metrics at winesandvines.com. The fastest selling new brands and the Top 30 Momentum Brands of 2012 come from SIG, based on off-premise sales at food, drug and liquor stores across the United States. Other indicators of the wine industry’s health in February, as covered in Wine Industry Metrics, include direct-to-consumer shipments, up 22%; winery job activity, also up 22%; and flash reseller offers, down 7%. An array of tables, charts and analysis is available now at winesandvines.com/metrics. Regarding the hottest new brands, wine companies other than the big three—E. & J. Gallo, The Wine Group and Constellation Brands—launched the top four brands out of 20. Skinnygirl by Beam Global ranked No. 1 and led No. 2 Be wines from Treasury Wine Estates by more than $1.5 million cases, according to the Chicago-based market research firm. Symphony IRI group Momentum brands SIG’s special report on the Top 30 Momentum Table Wine Brands of 2012 also came out in February and included familiar names such as Cupcake Vineyards (Wine Group) repeating at No. 1, 14 Hands (Ste. Michelle Wine Estates) at No. 2 and Barefoot (E. & J. Gallo) at No. 3. To create the Momentum Brands list, SIG started with the top 250 brands by volume from their total U.S. multi-outlet results for 52 weeks ending Jan. 6, 2013, and created a power ranking based on 11 criteria. (See winesandvines.com/metrics to view the full list.)

Read more at: http://www.winesandvines.com/template.cfm?section=news&content=113393&htitle=Eye-Catching%20Names%20Lead%20Top%2020%20New%20Wine%20Brands&
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an Rafael, Calif.—Fresh brands with provocative names like Skinnygirl, Ooh La La and Stark Raving made the Top 20 New Table Wine Brands of 2012, as selected by the Symphony IRI Group (SIG). At least half a dozen appeared to be targeting female consumers, while only one new “critter” brand—Curious Beasts—made the top 20 this year. The Top 20 New Table Wine Brands are featured as one aspect of Wines & Vines' March 15 update of Wine Industry Metrics at winesandvines.com. The fastest selling new brands and the Top 30 Momentum Brands of 2012 come from SIG, based on off-premise sales at food, drug and liquor stores across the United States. Other indicators of the wine industry’s health in February, as covered in Wine Industry Metrics, include direct-to-consumer shipments, up 22%; winery job activity, also up 22%; and flash reseller offers, down 7%. An array of tables, charts and analysis is available now at winesandvines.com/metrics. Regarding the hottest new brands, wine companies other than the big three—E. & J. Gallo, The Wine Group and Constellation Brands—launched the top four brands out of 20. Skinnygirl by Beam Global ranked No. 1 and led No. 2 Be wines from Treasury Wine Estates by more than $1.5 million cases, according to the Chicago-based market research firm. Symphony IRI group Momentum brands SIG’s special report on the Top 30 Momentum Table Wine Brands of 2012 also came out in February and included familiar names such as Cupcake Vineyards (Wine Group) repeating at No. 1, 14 Hands (Ste. Michelle Wine Estates) at No. 2 and Barefoot (E. & J. Gallo) at No. 3. To create the Momentum Brands list, SIG started with the top 250 brands by volume from their total U.S. multi-outlet results for 52 weeks ending Jan. 6, 2013, and created a power ranking based on 11 criteria. (See winesandvines.com/metrics to view the full list.)

Read more at: http://www.winesandvines.com/template.cfm?section=news&content=113393&htitle=Eye-Catching%20Names%20Lead%20Top%2020%20New%20Wine%20Brands&
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an Rafael, Calif.—Fresh brands with provocative names like Skinnygirl, Ooh La La and Stark Raving made the Top 20 New Table Wine Brands of 2012, as selected by the Symphony IRI Group (SIG). At least half a dozen appeared to be targeting female consumers, while only one new “critter” brand—Curious Beasts—made the top 20 this year. The Top 20 New Table Wine Brands are featured as one aspect of Wines & Vines' March 15 update of Wine Industry Metrics at winesandvines.com. The fastest selling new brands and the Top 30 Momentum Brands of 2012 come from SIG, based on off-premise sales at food, drug and liquor stores across the United States. Other indicators of the wine industry’s health in February, as covered in Wine Industry Metrics, include direct-to-consumer shipments, up 22%; winery job activity, also up 22%; and flash reseller offers, down 7%. An array of tables, charts and analysis is available now at winesandvines.com/metrics. Regarding the hottest new brands, wine companies other than the big three—E. & J. Gallo, The Wine Group and Constellation Brands—launched the top four brands out of 20. Skinnygirl by Beam Global ranked No. 1 and led No. 2 Be wines from Treasury Wine Estates by more than $1.5 million cases, according to the Chicago-based market research firm. Symphony IRI group Momentum brands SIG’s special report on the Top 30 Momentum Table Wine Brands of 2012 also came out in February and included familiar names such as Cupcake Vineyards (Wine Group) repeating at No. 1, 14 Hands (Ste. Michelle Wine Estates) at No. 2 and Barefoot (E. & J. Gallo) at No. 3. To create the Momentum Brands list, SIG started with the top 250 brands by volume from their total U.S. multi-outlet results for 52 weeks ending Jan. 6, 2013, and created a power ranking based on 11 criteria. (See winesandvines.com/metrics to view the full list.)

Read more at: http://www.winesandvines.com/template.cfm?section=news&content=113393&htitle=Eye-Catching%20Names%20Lead%20Top%2020%20New%20Wine%20Brands&
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