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Top 10 wine brands

19th June, 2013 by Gabriel Stone

Once again, the drinks business has compiled a ranking of the world’s top 10 wine brands by global volume sales.

Fine wine cellarFor many of these biggest players in the industry, especially those based in countries with strong currencies, the current emphasis lies in ensuring that their impressive volume figures are balanced by healthy profits.

As a result, several of this year’s entries have settled for stable volumes over exciting growth as they adjust strategies to focus on strengthening the more premium tiers of their portfolio.

Unusually this year, it is not the top ranked brand that grabs attention so much as the one lying quietly but unmistakably in second place. Few consumers in traditional wine markets will even be aware of its existence, but it’s a name that fellow brand owners should be keeping a watchful eye on.

We have previously revealed the world’s biggest Champagne brands and the top 10 spirits brands.

Read on to find out who made the cut for this year’s top 10 wine brands.

One Response to “Top 10 wine brands”

  1. The largest wine list, lacks the brand Rotkaeppchen, which is a brand sold in Canada, Europe, Russia and China.

    The company sells 145 million 0,75 L bottles per year with 1 brand Rotkaeppchen besides Mumm sekt (Rotkaeppchen is 1 core brand for sparkling, and still wines)
    This amount sold per year is more than most brand listed in this article http://www.rotkaeppchen-mumm.de

    12,083,333 million casses of 9 Liter per year sold world wide in 4 continents

    As we see the brand list per volume sold per year, it is missing in your list…

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