Boletín mensual EE.UU. september 2011 wine industry report
__ SEPTEMBER 2011: Wine Industry Report Monthly Wine Industry News Report U.S.A. 1- Wine BusinessSeptember 6, 2011Millennials and A Whole New Wine DynamicThe Wine Business Institute studied Millennials’ wine consumption behaviors. Millennials’attitude towards and interaction with wine has created a whole new wine dynamic. 2- Wines & VinesSeptember 7, 2011U.S. Wine Sales Up 7% Year-to-DateDomestic table wine sales for the four weeks ending Aug. 7, 2011, saw a 7% sales increaseover same period last year. $25-plus wines and premium boxed wines experienced thefastest growth.
__ SEPTEMBER 2011: Wine Industry ReportRead more: http://www.winesandvines.com/template.cfm?section=news&content=92128&htitle=U%2ES%2E%20Wine%20Sales%20Up%207%25%20Year%2Dto%2DDate&Jim%20Gordon 3- Shanken News DailySeptember 8, 2011Table Wines Priced At $9 And Above Show Double-Digit Growth For Year Through August20, Nielsen SaysTable wines retailing at $9 and over a 750-ml. bottle grew 10.9% by volume and 10.1% byvalue for the 52-week period ending August 20, according to the latest Nielsen numbers. Theabove-$9 segment easily outperformed below-$9 wine sales, which rose 1.8% by volumeand 1.1% by value. Wines priced under $3 per bottle, which account for nearly a quarter ofvolume in Nielsen channels, declined 2.6%.Read more: http://www.shankennewsdaily.com/index.php/2011/09/08/1509/table-wines-priced-at-9-dollars-and-above-show-double-digit-growth-for-year-through-august-20-nielsen-says/
__ SEPTEMBER 2011: Wine Industry Report 4- Wine BusinessSeptember 15, 2011There’s a Storm a- BrewingAccording to a soon to be released report, the U.S. wine market is undergoing its mostexciting and dynamic cycle in 30 years. Read the article for the predicted developments thatwill occur over the next 24 months.Read more: http://www.winebusiness.com/blog/?go=getBlogEntry&dataId=92430 5- North Bay Business JournalSeptember 19, 2011‘Sea change’ coming to grape and wine marketsThe world of California wine, is entering its ownstorm. This storm is not really a surprise — wehave long predicted it. And it is not a so-called“perfect storm,” because there are moderatingfactors, especially a wobbly economy.Nevertheless, four supply and demand factorshave more or less lined up to produce a seachange in the grape and wine markets.Read more: http://www.northbaybusinessjournal.com/40095/sea-change-coming-to-grape-wine-markets/
__ SEPTEMBER 2011: Wine Industry Report 6- L.A. TimesSeptember 21, 2011Wine industry optimistic despite economyA recent UC Davis study reports that not much can keep wine aficionados from a good glassof vino.Read more: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/money_co/2011/09/wine-industry-optimistic-despite-eceonomy-and-low-supply-uc-davis-study.html 7- New York TimesSeptember 26, 2011Alcohol Isn’t Worth the Trouble for Some Chain RestaurantsOutlets that specialize in quick and cheap daytime meals — including Starbucks, Sonic, andBurger King— have been experimenting with adding alcohol to their menus, but theliquoring up has produced mostly headaches, not happiness.Read more: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/27/business/alcohol-isnt-worth-the-trouble-for-some-chain-restaurants.html?_r=1
__ SEPTEMBER 2011: Wine Industry Report 8- Nielsen WireSeptember 28, 2011Friends, Following and Feedback: HowWe’re Using Social MediaNielsen’s recent Social Media Reportrevealed the size of the audience and thedegree of consumption across socialnetworking platforms in the U.S., and nownew research by NM Incite, aNielsen/McKinsey Company, furtherexplores the reasons U.S. social media usersvisit these sites.Read more:http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobile/friends-following-and-feedback-how-were-using-social-media/