by Jim Bartlett October 21, 2020

Very clear trends in the U.S. wine market, with the COVID related decline in On Premise wine sales only being partially offset by increases in Off Premise wine sales. Net result in an overall decline in wine sales over the trailing 12 months.

Also clear: the ongoing growth in Direct to Consumer wine sales by the wineries. A strong bright spot in what is truly an historically challenging 2020!

See the details below at www.WineBusiness.com:

"Domestic wine sales down 9% as growth moderates"

 


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