Sovos and Wines & Vines partnered again this year to create the Direct-to-Consumer (DtC) Wine Shipping Report, which is the most accurate report of the direct-to-consumer wine shipping industry. In 2017, we saw explosive growth in the channel, putting the direct-to-consumer wine channel on track to top $3 billion in 2018. The DtC channel also increased its share of the total domestic off-premise retail market to 10% in 2017.
Watch this webinar on demand for an overview of the DtC Wine Shipping Report findings, key insights and real-world examples of the growth trends from 2017.
During this webinar, our speakers discuss trends we saw in 2017, such as:
Season: Fall and holiday seasons were the busiest time of year,
Region: Sonoma county and Oregon drove channel growth in 2017,
Size: Medium-sized wineries had the most impressive year over year growth,
Varietal: Rose experienced the largest organic growth of all varietals in 2017,
Price: Wines $40 and under accounted for two-thirds of shipments,
Destination: Pennsylvania became a top ten destination state by volume.
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JIM GORDON EDITOR, WINES & VINES
Jim Gordon has been covering the wine industry as an editor and reporter for more than 25 years. He became editor of Wines & Vines in 2006. Gordon planted a small vineyard of his own, and has made wine since 1989 without bothering to sell any.
ALEX KORAL INDUSTRY RELATIONS ADVISOR, SOVOS
Alex Koral actively researches beverage alcohol regulations and market developments in order to help develop the ShipCompliant product and help educate the industry on compliance issues. Alex has worked with ShipCompliant since 2015, after receiving his J.D. from the University of Colorado Law School.