Top 50 spirits brands GB off-trade year to Aug 11 2007 Position Brand Supplier % sales (Last year's in brackets) change

07 September, 2007

1 (1)

Smirnoff Red Label Diageo +4

2 (2)

Bell's Diageo -1

3 (3)

Famous Grouse Maxxium +5

4 (7)

Glen's Vodka Glen Catrine +32

5 (4)

Gordon's Diageo -5

6 (6)

Bacardi Bacardi-Martini -3

7 (5)

Baileys Diageo -25

8 (9)

Jack Daniel's Bacardi-Martini +19

9 (8)

Teacher's Beam Global -11

10 (10)

William Grant's First Drinks Brands -9

11 (11)

Courvoisier Beam Global +2

12 (12)

Three Barrels First Drinks Brands +8

13 (13)

Martell Pernod Ricard +12

14 (16)

High Commissioner Glen Catrine +19

15 (17)

Whyte & Mackay Maxxium +17

16 (15)

Southern Comfort Bacardi-Martini +5

17 (14)

Pimm's No 1 Diageo -20

18 (20)

Malibu Pernod Ricard +8

19 (25)

Jameson Pernod Ricard +14

20 (19)

Chekov Booker -2

21 (22)

Glenfiddich First Drinks Brands +2

22 (26)

Bombay Sapphire Bacardi-Martini +12

23 (24)

Glenmorangie Mot Hennessy -8

24 (29)

Absolut Maxxium +56

25 (18)

Red Square Halewood International -21

26 (23)

Tia Maria Pernod Ricard +32

27 (27)

Glen Corrie Quality Spirits International +10

28 (21)

Vladivar Maxxium -20

29 (28)

Captain Morgan Diageo +5

30 (30)

Greenalls Gin Greenalls +18

31 (31)

Morgan's Spiced Diageo +18

32 (-)

Vodkat InterContinental Brands +237

33 (35)

Lamb's Navy Rum Halewood International 0

34 (34)

Royal Game Whisky Winerite -3

35 (36)

Claymore Whyte & Mackay +2

36 (33)

Archers Peach Schnapps Diageo -8

37 (48)

The Glenlivet Pernod Ricard +35

38 (39)

Cointreau Maxxium -2

39 (38)

Plymouth Gin Maxxium -11

40 (32)

Jacobite Whisky Booker -25

41 (40)

Stewart's Cream of the Barley Pernod Ricard -6

42 (37)

Royal Czar Winerite -21

43 (49)

Glen Moray Mot Hennessy +16

44 (41)

Jim Beam Maxxium -9

45 (43)

Laphroaig Beam Global -17

46 (45)

Rmy Martin Maxxium 0

47 (-)

Disaronno First Drinks Brands +27

48 (-)

Baileys Mint Chocolate Diageo +648

49 (50)

Crawfords 3 Star Whyte & Mackay +11

50 (-)

Strathross Whyte & Mackay +5




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Talking terroir

When Bordeaux was in fashion, it seemed almost logical that we should fetishise winemakers. Here were people responsible for brilliant acts of blending, across large estates and multiple grape varieties, including superstars such as cabernet sauvignon and merlot. These days, fashion has moved on and pinot noir is ascendant. As a result, the star of the winemaker has fallen and we find ourselves following a new star in the sky: terroir.

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