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WINE INDUSTRY METRICS

Total U.S. Wine Sales
Month   12 Months  
February 2019 $3,480 mil
6%
$47,346 mil
3%
February 2018 $3,280 mil $46,149 mil
     
Off-Premise Sales - Nielsen
Month   12 Months  
February 2019 $903 mil
4%
$11,791 mil
2%
February 2018 $869 mil $11,551 mil
     
Direct-to-Consumer Shipments
Month   12 Months  
February 2019 $262 mil
5%
$3,017 mil
11%
February 2018 $249 mil $2,726 mil
     
Winery Job Index
Month   12 Months  
February 2019 342
-10%
332
2%
February 2018 378 325
     

U.S. wine sales rose 6% in February to $3.5 billion. The latest 12 months saw steady growth, as sales rose 3% to more than $47 billion, according to market research firm bw166. Table wines drove activity, gaining nearly 7% for sales totaling $3.2 billion. Sparkling wine sales were flat for the month at $118 million, a gain of less than 1%. Sales data for the latest 12 months saw sparkling wine shine, with 2% growth and $2 billion in sales. Table wine sales increased to $42.7 billion, a gain of more than 3%, but less than the latest month’s increase. Sales of all wine in the U.S. increased 4% to more than $70 billion, with sales of packaged imports rising 6% – twice the growth rate of U.S. wines – to nearly $23 billion.