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June 2013 Data Released on 07.15.2013DtC Shipment Value Up 11% in June, Volume Up 9%During the usually slow month of June, the pace of direct-to-consumer shipments grew 11% in value compared to June 2012. Volume grew by 9%, and the average price per bottle shipped was $32.
Direct-to-Consumer Shipments » Month 12 Months June 2013 $74 mil 11% $1,510 mil 12% June 2012 $67 mil $1,353 mil
The value of DTC shipments jumped 11% to $74 million, climbing faster than during the same month in 2011 and 2012.
Napa Wines Dominate DtC Shipments in Bottle Price
Napa County wines continued to dominate DtC shipments in price per bottle during the 12 months through June. Note that average prices in Oregon and Washington were second and third, beating Sonoma County and other parts of the country.Download the Wines & Vines/Ship Compliant 2017 Direct to Consumer shipping report
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