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New York - Wine Consumption in US Declines

by MiBD wine analytics January 16, 2020

First Wine Volume Decrease Since 1994

Though sparkling wine in the US grew last year by almost 4%, it wasn’t enough to offset the decrease in the large still wine category (-1.5%), which brought total wine down by -0.9%. The last volume loss in the category occurred in 1994, marking 24 years of growth before this most recent decline, and is attributed to changing generational habits.

It’s also interesting to note that the value increase of beverage alcohol in the US continues to outpace volume growth, a clear indicator that US consumers are willing to pay for more premium products.*

We collected wine lists of 350 NYC restaurants

We have analyzed white wines in American cuisine restaurants.

New York: leading red wine appellations in American cuisine restaurants

1. Napa Valley
2. Willamette Valley
3. Rioja
4. Barolo
5. Chateauneuf-du-Pape

6. Sonoma Coast
7. Toscana
8. Mendoza
9. Brunello di Montalcino
10. Cotes du Rhone

11. Barbaresco
12. California
13. Pauillac
14. Margaux
15. Saint-Estephe

Excerpt from MyVineyard report. To learn more click here

New York: leading red wine brands in American cuisine restaurants

1. Ridge Vineyards
2. Heitz Cellar
3. Antinori
4. Caymus Vineyards
5. Chateau Cos d'Estournel

6. Opus One
7. Domaine de la Romanee Conti
8. Vega Sicilia
9. Chateau Lynch-Bages
10. Chateau Latour

11. Chateau Margaux
12. Tenuta San Guido
13. Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou
14. Chateau Mouton Rothschild
15. Shafer Vineyards

Excerpt from MyWines report. To learn more click here

Source: MiBD Market. Store check program 350 restaurants / 113,878 wines in 2019. Top listed wines 75cl, by presence

*IWSR