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Top 10 wine brands

19th June, 2013 by Gabriel Stone

9. Lindeman’s

LindemansVolume 2011: 7,000,000 9l cases
Volume 2012: 7,000,000 9l cases
Change 11-12: 0%
2011 ranking: 8

Founded in 1843 and now under the aegis of Treasury Wine Estates, Lindeman’s has built a global business from its Hunter Valley base.

The brand’s ethos remains inspired by the belief of its founder, Dr Henry Lindeman, that “the one purpose of wine is to bring happiness”.

Having first arrived in the UK in 1862, Lindeman’s has continued to enact its founder’s philosophy with a focus on making wines that are approachable and accessible, supported by ongoing accolades that testify to its quality.

The Lindeman’s Bin Series aims to provide great value for money, an achievement that was recognised most recently by the inclusion of its £8.99 Bin 50 Shiraz 2012 in wine writer Matthew Jukes’ latest “100 Best Australian Wines”.

Meanwhile the Winemaker’s Discovery series extends the brand’s reach to wines from South Africa and Chile.

Brand owner: Treasury Wine Estates
Head office: Regal House, 70 London Road, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 3QS, UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 8843 8411
Website: lindemans.com
Marketing director: Mathew Bird
PR (in-house): Adam Withrington

Product range: Cawarra, Bin Series, Reserve, Winemaker’s Discovery

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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