Wine proved popular on Drizly in August, driven by an uptick in summer red wine purchasing, as did coconut water, a rising accompaniment to beverage alcohol consumption. Last month, non-alcoholic spirits experienced the highest year-over-year sales increase within the spirits category, underscoring the fact that consumers are seeking out NA
White wines, light-bodied reds, RTD cocktails, and zero-proof beverages are this summer’s big sellers so far, according to Drizly. “Last summer, we saw the average order value on Drizly rise during the month of July, holding strong through September,” says Liz Paquette, the platform’s head of consumer insights.
Malt-based hard lemonade posted impressive gains in the 52 weeks ending June 17 with dollar sales up 7.5% while case unit sales inched ahead 1.3% on Drizly. Among ready-to-drink cocktails, dollar sales for lemonade varieties surged 71 percent, reflecting the flavor’s popularity across categories. “Part of the
Nonalcoholic spirits led liquor category growth on Drizly, the company said. Top-selling brands include Seedlip, St. Agrestis, Ritual, Lyre’s, and Ghia. Within the beer category, an emerging hard alternative, hard soda, saw high year-over-year gains. The top-seller last month was Not Your Father’s Root Beer followed by Crabbie’
The cuts may affect such well-known labels as Squealing Pig, Wolf Blass, Lindermans, Pepperjack, Wynns, Seppelt and 19 Crimes. Tim Ford, CEO, Treasury Wine Estates CEO, said the cuts are a result of a change in consumer spending in both Australian and overseas markets. Last month, Wine Australia's Export Report
Hard lemonade experienced the highest year-over-year sales increase last month within the beer category, Drizly said. It’s showing strong growth against other hard alternatives as well; in April 2023, hard lemonade doubled its share within the specialty beer/alternatives subcategory year-over-year, moving from 2% to 4%. The top-selling SKU
D.O. Cava reports record sales in 2022 with 249 million bottles sold worldwide, the highest numbers the regulatory board has seen in its history. "Despite the economic hardships experienced in 2021, 2022 was a year of recovery that yielded very positive results," said D.O. Cava president, Javier Pagès.
This year, On Premise sales have remained consistent and checks for drinks-led occasions are on the rise across the US (+12% vs year average), outpacing check value (+9%), Andrew Hummel, CGA by NIQ client solutions director – North America, said. With almost three in five consumers planning to travel domestically within