Tag Archives: Wine sales data

Not quite Chewy.com, but maybe Drinkie.biz?

When the official Covid lockdown began back in mid-March of 2020, many people made an abrupt shift to working from home.  For those first months, at least here in DC, most businesses were closed except for “essential” ones, and restaurants … Continue reading

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Reopening installment #1: A little bragging is in order

For years now I’ve been trying to explain that we just don’t have good data on sales of wine and other alcohol.  And I’ve been complaining that the companies that compile, analyze, and disseminate these data issue grand proclamations that … Continue reading

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Social Distancing Installment #10: Wine sales are up (maybe)

I get a few daily e-mail summaries of wine news with teasers and links to articles.  This headline in today’s Wine Business Daily e-mail caught my attention: “Robust Wine Sales Growth as Consumers Turn to Brands They Know: Despite the … Continue reading

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Wine Sales Data — They’re a Family Affair

As I’ve mentioned before, I love The Academic Wino.  The site’s tagline is “Dissecting current research relating to wine.”  But it could just as well be “We read these studies so you don’t have to.”  The summaries on the site … Continue reading

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