Cheers! Here are the top five brands (by sales volume) sold in PA Wine & Spirits stores in 2016-17

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HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Liquor Control board released its 2016-17 Retail Year in Review report, which tracks consumer tastes and sales trends across Pennsylvania and helps the board improve its selection of products sold at Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores.

The report is for the 2016-17 retail year.

Among its findings, the report said:

  • The five top-selling brands in the commonwealth were Barefoot, Sutter Home, Jacquin’s, Captain Morgan, and Smirnoff
  • Lancaster County showed a 5.7-percent increase in sales growth in 2016-17 — the highest in the state. Northampton (5.4 percent) and Philadelphia (5.2) counties were next on the list
  • Allegheny, Philadelphia and Montgomery counties accounted for more than a third of the state’s total wine and spirits sales
  • The highest sales months for the retail year — both in terms of dollar sales and number of transactions — were November and December, 2016
  • Tito’s Handmade Vodka (750ml) had the highest number of units sold during the retail year, while Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey Old Number 7 (750ml) had the highest dollar sales among individual products
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