Wine brands top 50

14 July, 2007

Click here to see the top 50 wine brands in the UK off-trade.

Scroll down to the top 50 wine brands in the UK off-trade, for the year up to May 19 2007.

* The Nielsen read of this sector includes some wines not recorded in last year’s figures. This explains why some wines are shown as new entries despite a fall in their retail sales value.

GB Off-trade sales
Year to May 19 2007
PositionBrandSupplierCountry of Origin
% sales change
1 (1)
HardysConstellationAustralia
-2
2 (3)

GalloE&J Gallo USA
-12
3 (2)

Blossom HillPercy Fox USA
0
4 (4)

Jacob's CreekPernod Ricard Australia
-0
5 (6)

StowellsConstellationVarious
-4
6 (7)

Wolf Blass Foster's EMEA Australia
20
7 (9)

LindemansFoster's EMEAAustralia
37
8 (5)

KumalaConstellationSouth Africa
-34
9 (8)

Banrock Station ConstellationAustralia
-7
10 (10)

Echo FallsConstellationUSA
36
11 (11)

JP Chenet Les Grand Chais France
37
12 (13)

Concha & ToroConcha & ToroChile
28
13 (15)

MontanaPernod RicardNew Zealand
14
14 (24)

First Cape Oyster BaySouth Africa
66
15 (17)

NamaquaRaisin SocialSouth Africa
24
16 (14)

RosemountFoster's EMEAAustralia
1
17 (12)

Piat d'Or Percy Fox France
-18
18 (28)

Oyster Bay Delegat'sNew Zealand
70
19 (-)

La Gioiosa EnotriaItaly
60
20 (-)

FiordalisoEnotriaItaly
38
21 (20)

Campo Viejo Pernod Richard Spain
7
22 (19)

Isla Negra Concha & Toro Chile
-3
23 (18)

Oxford Landing NegociantsAustralia
-8
24 (25)

Calloway Crossing McGuigan Simeon Australia
33
25 (23)

RivercrestE&J Gallo USA
4
26 (33)

Black TowerReh Kendermann Germany
34
27 (21)

Arniston BayThe Company of Wine People South Africa
-11
28 (22)

Paul MassonConstellationUSA
-8
29 (16)

FetzerBrown-FormanUSA
-40
30 (27)

TorresJE Fells Spain
-8
31 (-)

Viña MaipoConcha & ToroChile
157
32 (45)

Villa MariaHatch Mansfield New Zealand
68
33 (26)

CantiD&D Wines Italy
-24
34 (37)

Turner RoadConstellationUSA
82
35 (44)

NobiloConstellationNew Zealand
49
36 (35)

MateusFirst Drinks Portugal
0
37 (36)

La Châsse du PapeGuy Anderson Wines France
2
38 (40)

McWilliamsE&J Gallo Australia
14
39 (-)

Rawnsley Estate McGuigan Simeon Australia
117
40 (32)

BerberanaUnited Wineries Spain
-12
41 (29)

French Connection Bottle Green France
-12
42 (42)

Brown Brothers Brown Brothers Australia
14
43 (-)

Blason de Bourgogne HwCgFrance
41
44 (30)

PenfoldsFoster's EMEA Australia
-27
45 (-)

McGuiganMcGuigan Simeon Australia
-25
46 (-)

YaldaraHall & Bramley Australia
255
47 (-)

Luis Felipe Edwards D&D Wines Chile
294
48 (-)

ChilenoPLBChile
27
49 (46)

FaustinoCellar Trends Spain
11
50 (39)

CalvetGuy Anderson Wines France
-13




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