The company, which operates 181 stores across the United Kingdom, said comparable sales from its UK stores for the 10 weeks to 11 June rose 0.6%.
The wine retailer, which recently slashed its minimum online order to six bottles to boost internet sales, raised its final dividend by 22% to 11.8 pence per share.
Pretax profit for the year ended 2 April rose to £23.2M ($36.29M) from £20.3M a year earlier.
Pretax profit from Lay & Wheeler rose to £1.9M pounds from £700,000 a year earlier.
Revenue grew 9% to £280.3M.
Like-for-like sales from its UK retail stores rose 2.6%.
Sales to businesses, which account for 24% of total revenue, was up 7%, whereas online sales rose 7.8%.
Shares in the company, which have gained a quarter in value since the start of the year, closed at 412 pence on Friday on the London Stock Exchange.