2 edition of U.S. wine market found in the catalog.
U.S. wine market
Raymond J. Folwell
by Dept. of Agriculture, Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington]
Written in English
|Statement||Raymond J. Folwell, John L. Baritelle.|
|Series||Agricultural economic report ; no. 417, Agricultural economic report -- no. 417.|
|Contributions||Baritelle, John L., United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
From Alabama to Wyoming, each of the fifty United States produces wine—with varying degrees of success. Many of the colder northeastern states focus primarily on American or French-American hybrid varieties like Concord and Vidal, while Muscadine is the grape species of the warm, humid southeast/5(47). Current Wine Market. The U.S. wine market (from all productio n sources) has exhibited markedly slow er growth over the last few years, with weak year-to-year growth in both shipments and retail value (1% and 2% respectively) as shown in Table 1. According to the Silicon Valley State of the Wine Industry.
From Alabama to Wyoming, each of the fifty United States produces wine—with varying degrees of success. Many of the colder northeastern states focus primarily on American or French-American hybrid varieties like Concord and Vidal, while Muscadine is the grape species of the warm, humid southeast. Mar 15, · Major trends in the U.S. wine market including premiumization, sparkling wine, and rosé play to the strengths of French wine leading to a % value growth, surpassing runner-up New Zealand at %, to claim the highest import growth by nation over the past 52 weeks according to Nielsen data*.
•California supplied 61% of all wine sold. •82% of California wine was sold in the U.S. •Of the 18% exported, half was bulk, and valued at $ a liter •Approximately 57% of the wine sold in the U.S. retailed for under $7 a bottle ($/L) and 21% sold for less than $3 ($4/L) a bottle •Most of this wine came from the San Joaquin Valley. Nov 07, · The U.S. wine market fell off a cliff in September , and it is still hanging in mid-air. Far more has changed in this market than the behavior of the American consumer: The companies that distribute and sell the vast majority of wines have dramatically changed the way they do business.
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Sep 11, · The September issue of Wine Business Monthly is out and as usual it is full of interesting articles and useful information. As a wine economist, I have to admit that the first thing I look at with each new issue is the Retail Sales Analysis page, which presents recent U.S.
wine market data as reported by Nielsen. I suspect that many readers skip over this section, seeing it as a big. The U.S.
wine industry has shown extraordinary growth in the I's and *s, yet little has been reported about the U.S.
wine market. Who buys wine in the United States. When and for what occasions is it bought. What are the characteristics of the wine market and wine marketing in the United States. Jan 31, · Many of the statistics for US wine sales are in and the results show steady growth, but with increasing competition from imports and other beverages.
The outlook is still positive because it is expected that will continue to see steady growth pattern of previous years, at around a 2% increase in US wine.
May 11, · No other section of the supermarket offers as many choices as the wine aisle. A typical retailer is likely to have hundreds of unique wines on its shelves.
Just three firms, however, account for more than half of the wine sales in the United States. What impact does this industry concentration have on consumer choices?. The U.S. Wine Market in and Export/Import Market Dynamics James Lapsley, Ph.D. Researcher, Agricultural Issues Center. Adjunct Associate Professor.
Sep 20, · Revenues At Three Wine Distributors Equal Almost Half Of The U.S. Wine Market Value. the companies represent you have to either go to their websites or get a copy of their product book. Nov 19, · Italian wine has a lot going for it in the U.S. market. Wines from Italy are by far the largest category of imported wines.
Recent Nielsen figures (reported in Wine Business Monthly) show almost $ billion in week sales of Italian wines in the channels that Nielsen surveys — that is almost a third of all spending on wine imports and far more than #2 Australia ($ million) and #3 New.
If these dire conclusions about the wine business sound familiar, it’s probably because some of us [raises hand] have been sounding similar warnings for literally almost an entire decade Let’s recap some of 1WD’s largest rants in the U.S.
wine market area. Apr 09, · The intensity of import competition depends on which market segment you are looking at. The U.S. wine market is incredibly fragmented and so it is dangerous to generalize. This is true in many ways including simple geography.
Jan 17, · Americans are drinking more, just not as much wine, according to new data from an alcoholic beverage market analyst. Total wine consumption in the U.S. fell by % in — the first annual drop in 25 years, according to IWSR, which tracks alcohol consumption and trends.
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The Framework That Transformed the U.S. Wine Industry We’ll feature a different book .Reasons for the development of the private label wine market.
There are several important reasons why the private label wine market continues to flourish – and not just in the U.S., either. In the UK and Europe, the private label wine market is even more entrenched.