Home Industry News Releases Building on 10 Years of Double-Digit Growth, Provence Rosé Exports to the…Industry News ReleasesWine BusinessBuilding on 10 Years of Double-Digit Growth, Provence Rosé Exports to the U.S. Climb Another 29%By Press Release – February 19, 2015 60 1 New YorkMonday, March 2Winemakers will be present ReddIt Pinterest San FranciscoWednesday, March 4Winemakers will be present Provence, the oldest winegrowing area in France, is the world’s largest rosé specialty region, with rosé making up over 88% of Appellation d’Origine Protégée wine production.The Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins de Provence (CIVP), known in the United States as the Provence Wine Council, is an organization representing more than 600 wine producers and 40 trade companies from the Provence region of France. Its mission is to promote and advance the wines of the region’s principal appellations. The organization’s members together produce 96 percent of Provence’s Appellation d’Origine Protégée (AOP) wines. More information can be found online at www.winesofprovence.com or on social media: facebook.com/winesofprovencehttps://twitter.com/winesofprovenceyoutube.com/winesofprovenceinstagram.com/winesofprovenceAdvertisement Los AngelesThursday, March 5Winemakers will be present Email Share Facebook Twitter TAGSfeaturedFranceProvenceRoseVins de Provence AdvertisementConsumer demand continues for dry rosé wine, with imported rosé sales growing at double-digit rates each year since 2004New York, NY — For the 11th consecutive year, exports of rosé wines from Provence to the United States have grown at double-digit rates. In 2014, exports from the world’s rosé capital climbed 29% on volume and increased 38% on value according to the French customs agency and the CIVP/Provence Wine Council. See Figure A in release collateral section at end of document.The French customs report is backed up by U.S. retail sales data released this month by research firm Nielsen, which shows the entire rosé category to be on a sustained upward trend, with the premium imported rosé segment seeing a 53% increase on dollars in 2014. See Figure B in release collateral section at end of document.“While the majority of Provence rosé is still consumed in France, we are very pleased that American wine consumers have discovered and are increasingly enjoying our wines,” said Francois Millo, Director of the CIVP/Provence Wine Council. “With this increasing demand, more Provence rosé producers are bringing their wines to the US. As a result, there are more styles to choose from and greater distribution in the U.S. than ever before.”Viewed together, the sustained growth of exports along with retail sales figures tell a story of rosé growth that continues to far outpace the U.S. wine market as a whole. Linkedin According to Nielsen research, U.S. retail sales of imported rosé wines priced at $12 or more per bottle grew by 41% on volume and 53% on value in 2014, capping ten straight years of documented double-digit growth. This is compared to growth rates of 1.0% on volume and 3.3% on value for the total table wine market. In addition, the average price per bottle in this category increased to $16.83, a sign that “consumers are seeking out premium rosé – a segment in which Provence continues to be the leader,” Millo said.Provence Spring Trade and Media Tastings Coming to Three Cities in MarchMedia and wine industry professionals will have the opportunity to sample wines from more than 25 Provence wineries in March as part of the “Provence in the City” 2015 spring tasting tour. Details are at www.winesofprovence.com/events.The schedule is as follows: Previous articleCharles Krug Patriach Peter Mondavi Sr. Inducted Into Society Founded by the King of France in 1248Next articleAfternoon Brief, February 19 Press Release
FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Ground Broken For US$12.6 Million Lucea Pipeline Replacement ProjectJIS News | Presented by: PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQualityundefinedSpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreenPlay RelatedPublic Education on Climate Change Effects Remains Priority – Minister Pickersgill RelatedK-Factor Unit of NWC to Spend $4 Billion on Water Projects Ground Broken For US$12.6 Million Lucea Pipeline Replacement Project EnvironmentSeptember 16, 2013Written by: Glenis A. Rose Advertisements Story HighlightsThe project is valued at a projected cost of US$12.6 millionThe six-month project will facilitate the construction of a new 20-inch transmission pipeline through LuceaThe new pipeline network has been designed to maximize the quality of water being transferred RelatedNWC Looking to Partner With Chinese Companies on Water Projects Minister of Water, Land, Environment and Climate Change, Hon. Robert Pickersgill, on September 12 broke ground for the Lucea Pipeline Replacement and Non Revenue Water (NRW) Reduction project valued at a projected cost of US$12.6 million.The ground-breaking ceremony took place in Elgin Town, near Lucea and work on the project is expected to get underway in a matter of weeks.The six-month project, which will provide employment for over 100 workers, will facilitate the construction of a new 20-inch transmission pipeline through Lucea, to allow water from the Great River Treatment Plant to better supply all areas along the corridor leading into Negril.The scope of work will include the replacement and installation of 6,000 meters of ductile iron transmission pipelines from Elgin Town to Ruseas and of 4,000 meters of distribution pipelines over the same area; construction of chambers and interconnections; and the supply of materials, meters, equipment and tools to repair and efficiently operate the system.The new pipeline network has been designed to maximize the quality of water being transferred and significant reduce loss due to leakage.Addressing participants at the ground breaking ceremony, Minister Pickersgill said that the project represents government’s commitment to employing the necessary technology and resources to monitor, model, map and manage the nation’s surface and groundwater resources “far better than we have ever done in our history”.He informed that the project will also involve a technical audit of the transfer and distribution network, to include flow measurements and leak detection to optimize the performance of the system.Upon completion, the project is expected to increase the reliability of water supply to the beneficiary communities, including Green Island, Lucea, Elgin Town, Kew, Clifton, Askenish, Dias, Cacoon, Middlesex and Medley. Photo: Glenis A. Rose Minister of Water, Land, Environment and Climate Change, Hon. Robert Pickersgill, gives the thumbs up after breaking ground for the Lucea Pipeline Replacement and Non-Revenue Water (NRW) Reduction Project at the Elgin Town Project Site near Lucea in Hanover on September 12.