Wine Americans are taking the saying, “Wine a bit, you’ll feel better” to heart. IRI data revealed that during the 52 weeks ending June 15, 2014, sales were up in supermarkets 3.7% to $6.9 billion, in drugstores 8.2% to $641.6 million and 4.3% to $9.1 billion in multi-outlets. Chardonnay took top billing. Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot were next in line. And Moscato, Malbec and red blends experienced double-digit growth during the past year. Three new emerging segments ...

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