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US Wine Consumption

US Wine Consumption
Year Total Wine per Resident1 Total Wine Gallons Total Table Wine Gallons2
2018 2.95 gals 966 million 805 million
2017 2.94 gals 959 million 799 million
2016 2.93 gals 945 million 789 million
2015 2.86 gals 919 million 772 million
2014 2.82 gals 898 million 769 million
2013 2.83 gals 894 million 776 million
2012 2.78 gals 872 million 759 million
2011 2.72 gals 847 million 731 million
2010 2.58 gals 798 million 693 million
2009 2.54 gals 782 million 684 million
2008 2.45 gals 747 million 649 million
2007 2.47 gals 746 million 650 million
2006 2.36 gals 707 million 617 million
2005 2.32 gals 687 million 603 million
2004 2.26 gals 663 million 583 million
2003 2.18 gals 634 million 563 million
2002 2.06 gals 594 million 529 million
2001 2.01 gals 574 million 512 million
2000 2.01 gals 568 million 507 million
1999 2.02 gals 543 million 475 million
1998 1.95 gals 526 million 466 million
1997 1.94 gals 519 million 461 million
1996 1.89 gals 500 million 439 million
1995 1.77 gals 464 million 404 million
1994 1.77 gals 459 million 395 million
1993 1.74 gals 449 million 381 million
1992 1.87 gals 476 million 405 million
1991 1.85 gals 466 million 394 million
1990 2.05 gals 509 million 423 million
1989 2.11 gals 524 million 432 million
1988 2.24 gals 551 million 457 million
1987 2.39 gals 581 million 481 million
1986 2.43 gals 587 million 487 million
1985 2.43 gals 580 million 478 million
1984 2.34 gals 555 million 401 million
1983 2.25 gals 528 million 402 million
1982 2.22 gals 514 million 397 million
1981 2.20 gals 506 million 387 million
1980 2.11 gals 480 million 360 million
1979 1.98 gals 444 million 325 million
1978 1.96 gals 435 million 305 million
1977 1.82 gals 401 million 262 million
1976 1.73 gals 376 million 228 million
1975 1.71 gals 368 million 209 million
1974 1.64 gals 349 million 192 million
1973 1.64 gals 347 million 185 million
1972 1.61 gals 337 million 170 million
1971 1.48 gals 305 million 155 million
1970 1.31 gals 267 million 133 million
1969 1.17 gals 236 million 112 million
1968 1.07 gals 214 million 96 million
1967 1.03 gals 203 million 88 million
1966 0.98 gals 191 million 79 million
1965 0.98 gals 190 million 74 million
1964 0.97 gals 186 million 70 million
1963 0.93 gals 176 million 64 million
1962 0.90 gals 168 million 60 million
1961 0.94 gals 172 million 57 million
1960 0.91 gals 163 million 53 million
1959 0.89 gals 156 million 48 million
1958 0.89 gals 155 million 47 million
1957 0.89 gals 152 million 45 million
1956 0.90 gals 150 million 45 million
1955 0.88 gals 145 million 43 million
1954 0.88 gals 142 million 42 million
1953 0.89 gals 141 million 40 million
1952 0.88 gals 138 million 38 million
1951 0.83 gals 127 million 36 million
1950 0.93 gals 140 million 36 million
1949 0.89 gals 133 million 32 million
1948 0.84 gals 122 million 28 million
1947 0.67 gals 97 million 23 million
1946 1.00 gals 140 million 37 million
1945 0.71 gals 94 million 27 million
1944 0.74 gals 99 million 36 million
1943 0.73 gals 98 million 38 million
1942 0.84 gals 113 million 32 million
1941 0.76 gals 101 million 29 million
1940 0.68 gals 90 million 27 million
1939 0.59 gals 77 million n/a
1938 0.52 gals 67 million n/a
1937 0.52 gals 67 million n/a
1936 0.47 gals 60 million n/a
1935 0.36 gals 46 million n/a
1934 0.26 gals 33 million n/a

Source: Wine Institute, DOC, BW166/Gomberg, Fredrikson & Associates estimates. Preliminary. History revised.

1 Based on all wine types including sparkling wine, dessert wine, vermouth, other special natural and table wine, using Bureau of the Census resident population. Per capita consumption will be higher if based on legal drinking age population.

2 Includes all still wines not over 14% alcohol, excluding cider.

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