Wine - US - October 2010
This report builds on the analysis presented in Mintel’s Wine—U.S., October 2009, and previous editions published in October 2008, February 2007, January 2006, June 2003and August 2001. The report also builds on the analysis presented in Mintel’s Champagneand Sparkling Wine—U.S. July 2006 and the previous edition in July 2002.
This report includes retail sales for domestic and imported still/table wine for home consumption. Additionally, on-premise sales of table wine are also examined.
Still wines are defined as those that are non-carbonated, mostly red wines, white wines, and rosé/blush wines.
Not included in this report are dessert wines, ports, sherry, and vermouth, as well as any RTD products containing wines, such as wine coolers.
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