Top 10 Wine Brands in the United States Off-Trade

America is driving the global volume and value growth of still and sparkling wines and will spend $45 billion on wine in 2021.

American consumers spent nearly $34 billion on wine in 2016 and the country remains the leader in wine sales by value in the world.

This upward trend is expected to increase further over the next five years, with Vinexpo predicting that Americans will spend $45 billion on wine in 2021.

The United States has become the world leader in volume and value sales of still and sparkling wines and is expected to extend this lead in the years to come.

America will become the world’s biggest importer of sparkling wine by 2021, overtaking the UK, with Prosecco leading the way.

Growth in domestic wine sales in America over the past year remained stable at +2%.

With that in mind, we’ve rounded up the 10 best-selling wine brands in the United States over the past year.

The data, from IRI, was tracked from multiple outlets and convenience stores for the 52 weeks ending January 28, 2018.

Click to find out which wine brands are in the top 10.

10: Chateau Ste. Michelle

Brand Owner: Ste. Michelle Wine Estates

Sales for the 52 weeks ending January 28, 2018: $176 million

Year-on-year change: -1%

Average bottle price: $9.84

9: Threesome

Brand Owner: Trinchero Family Estates

Sales for the 52 weeks ending January 28, 2018: $182 million

Change over one year: +2%

Average bottle price: $9.65

8: Kendall-Jackson Vintner Preserve

Brand Owner: Jackson Family Wines

Sales for the 52 weeks ending January 28, 2018: $192 million

Year-on-year change: -1%

Average bottle price: $12.07

7: Apothetical

Brand Owner: E & J Gallo

Sales for the 52 weeks ending January 28, 2018: $193 million

Change over one year: +8%

Average bottle price: $9.57

6: Wines in a black box

Brand Owner: Constellation Brands

Sales for the 52 weeks ending January 28, 2018: $210 million

Change over one year: +28%

Average bottle price: $4.93

5: Yellow Tail

Brand Owner: Deutsche Family Wine & Spirits

Sales for the 52 weeks ending January 28, 2018: $267 million

Variation over one year: -2%

Average bottle price: $5.52

4: Franzia

Brand Owner: The Wine Group

Sales for the 52 weeks ending January 28, 2018: $336 million

Year-over-year change: 0%

Average bottle price: $2.29

3: Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi

Brand Owner: Constellation Brands

Sales for the 52 weeks ending January 28, 2018: $347 million

Change over one year: +3%

Average bottle price: $5.45

2: Sutter Home

Brand Owner: Trinchero Family Estates

Sales for the 52 weeks ending January 28, 2018: $374 million

Change over one year: +2%

Average bottle price: $5.52

1: Barefoot

Brand Owner: E & J Gallo

Sales for the 52 weeks ending January 28, 2018: $667 million

Year-over-year change: 0%

Average bottle price: $5.52

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