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California & US Wine Production

California & US Wine Production
California produces an average of 81 percent of total U.S. wine production.
(In gallons)
Year California* U.S.*
2017 716,309,505 888,582,343
2016 680,272,512 806,447,891
2015 638,173,762 768,088,776
2014 709,647,220 835,468,643
2013 728,939,759 836,106,493
2012 662,818,311 752,431,183
2011 605,619,613 683,623,267
2010 606,448,660 677,490,922
2009 631,575,325 707,084,113
2008 545,855,584 619,684,922
2007 565,951,772 637,671,821
2006 557,129,712 623,258,574
2005 648,183,911 715,942,737
2004 547,027,396 608,868,255
2003 524,007,226 587,878,254
2002 491,352,590 551,698,239
2001 525,340,922 586,105,571
2000 564,735,000 616,399,000
1999 449,465,000 502,655,000
1998 443,698,000 494,097,000
1997 483,555,000 534,247,000
1996 418,376,000 460,081,000
1995 397,042,000 437,034,000

Source: Wine Institute from TTB data.

* Removals of still wine from fermenters. Excludes substandard wine produced as distilling material for the production of brandy. Also excludes increases after amelioration, sweetening, and addition of wine spirits. (See shipments chart for sales and consumption information.)

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