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Clos Du Val, a privately-held Napa Valley winery, said first-quarter sales rose 49%, in part because of increased product placement in television series like Sex and the City and movies such as 21 Grams.

The winery also re-focused on estate wines, adjusted prices, added sales staff and changed its sales model and distribution and import partnerships.

"I'm thrilled to announce gains across every sector—from wholesale to direct to export sales," CEO David Campbell said. The gains are "directly related to the success of Clos Du Val's three-year brand repositioning strategy and tremendous sales efforts."


Sectors: Wine

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