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12 July, 2007

TEST TABLE DATA

Top 50 wine brand in supermarkets
Year to May 19 2007
PositionBrand% sales change
1 (1)
Hardys
0
2 (3)
Gallo
19
3 (2)
Blossom Hill
-6
4 (4)
Jacob's Creek
0
5 (8)
Wolf Blass
31
6 (5)
Kumala
-32
7 (6)
Stowells
-10
8 (8)
Banrock Station
-7
9 (9)
Lindemans
56
10 (10)
JP Chenet
15
11 (11)
Echo Falls
25
12 (17)
Concha & Toro
48
13 (21)
First Cape
72
14 (-)
La Gioiosa
60
15 (16)
Namaqua
24
16 (18)
Calloway Crossing
33
17 (14)
Rosemount
3
18 (12)
Isla Negra
-5
19 (26)
Oyster Bay
84
20 (15)
Montana
1
21 (22)
Campo Viejo
17
22 (-)
Viña Maipo
167
23 (34)
Black Tower
37
24 (19)
Oxford Landing
-20
25 (13)
Fetzer
-40
26 (20)
Piat d'Or
-15
27 (38)
Turner Road
45
28 (45)
McWilliam's
22
29 (-)
Rawnsley Estate
117
30 (43)
Nobilo
72
31 (-)

Yaldara
255
32 (23)
Canti
-33
33 (24)
Arniston Bay
-21
34 (25)
French Connection
-18
35 (-)
Blason de Bourgogne
33
36 (37)
Brown Brothers
15
37 (31)
La Châsse du Pape
-3
38 (29)
Mateus
-6
39 (48)
Rivercrest
4
40 (-)
La Villa
278
41 (-)
Evolution
-25
42 (-)
Chileno
50
43 (30)
Torres
-9
44 (32)
Calvet
-15
45 (-)
Inycon
150
46 (-)
Canto de Flora
90
47 (-)
Renaissance
176
48 (-)
Marqués de Leon
-2
49 (33)
35º South
-20
50 (-)
Villa Maria
112




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