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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