Top 50 wine brands in supermarkets Year to May 19 2007

13 July, 2007

Position

Brand

% sales change

(Last year's in brackets)

1 (1)

Hardys-4

2 (3)

Gallo+19

3 (2)

Blossom Hill-6

4 (4)

Jacob's Creek0

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 Ch âsse 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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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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