The Alcoholic Drinks market has witnessed a secular decline in volume sales in developed markets while demand in emerging markets is still growing. Value growth is mostly driven by premiumization as well as by growth in the out-of-home segment. Worldwide, more than two out of five US$ spent on alcoholic drinks are attributable to consumption away from home (in bars, restaurants, etc.), highlighting the importance of the on-trade sales channel for the industry.
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CANarchy is a disruptive collective of like-minded brewers dedicated to bringing high-quality, innovative flavors to drinkers in the name of independent craft beer.
Eagle specializes in break bulk distribution of specialty alcohols. The company purchases bulk alcohol from suppliers, including Alto. Then it stores, denatures, packages, and resells alcohol products in smaller sizes, including tank trucks, totes, and drums, that garner a premium to bulk alcohols. Eagle delivers products to customers in the beverage, food, pharma, and related-process industries via its own dedicated trucking fleet and common carrier.
Founded by Ron Miller and his wife, Diane Disney Miller, Silverado last year marked its 40th anniversary. Its holdings include 300 acres of vineyards, including 100 acres in Napa’s Stags Leap District AVA (where the winery is located), 100 acres in Coombsville and 100 acres in Yountville. Silverado's current annual production is about 68,000 cases, sold primarily through the wholesale market, but it holds a permit to make up to 140,000 cases. Its offerings range from Miller Ranch Sauvignon Blanc, at around $25 a bottle, up through single-vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon expressions like Geo and Solo, the latter selling at around $125.