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June 2016 Data Released on 07.14.2016DtC Shipment Value Rises 10% in JuneThe value of direct-to-consumer shipments from U.S. wineries grew by 10% in June, which is typically one of the four slowest months of the year for direct shipments. The 12-month sales total was up by 12%, which was the highest growth rate since September 2015.
Direct-to-Consumer Shipments » Month 12 Months June 2016 $101 mil 10% $2,120 mil 12% June 2015 $92 mil $1,901 mil
DtC shipments in June increased in value to $100,551,308, according to the Wines Vines Analytics/ShipCompliant model.
The volume of DtC shipments by U.S. wineries increased to 290,845 cases in June.
Sonoma County wineries in the past 12 months continued to have their biggest DtC shipment success with Pinot Noir. The varietal garnered 34% dollar share and brought in 260% more revenue than Cabernet Sauvignon. Two years ago Sonoma County Pinot Noir was only 200% bigger than Cabernet Sauvignon
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