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June 2015 Data Released on 07.15.2015June DtC Shipments Rise 6% in Value, 11% in VolumeDirect-to-consumer shipments from U.S. wineries were on their usual warm-weather, month-to-month slide in June, but still grew in sales by 6% from last June. Volume, however, rose by 11% from a year ago. The 12-month sales grew 14% compared to a year ago, and haven't been less than that since October 2014.
Direct-to-Consumer Shipments » Month 12 Months June 2015 $92 million 6% $1,901 million 14% June 2014 $87 million $1,669 million
The value of DtC shipments in June was $91,721,492 according to the Wines & Vines/ShipCompliant Model. This was up from $86,602,156 in June 2014.
Consumers received 256,206 cases shipped directly from wineries in June, an 11% increase from 229,997 cases a year ago.
Pinot Noir clearly led in average bottle price among Sonoma County wines shipped direct to consumers. At $47 it was $15 higher than Cabernet Sauvignon.