4 Reasons Why American Wine Professionals Should Attend Vinexpo 2013, 4 Numbers from Recent Study

With Vinexpo 2013 barely 2 months away, the event newsletter 'Vinexpo News' offers 4 Reasons Why American Wine Professionals Should Attend Vinexpo 2013 with 4 numbers culled from recent study.

"1) +55% : Projected increase in premium wine sales (above $10 a bottle) in the US between 2011 and 2016 
2) 100 million: number ofcases of imported wine forecasted to be consumed in the US in 2016 (an 11.5% increase over 2012) 
3) +25%: Projected increase in sparkling wine consumptionin the US between 2012 and 2016 
4) $26.8 billion: projected retail sales of still wines in the US in 2016 (an 11.4% increase vs. 2012)"

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((Source: 11th Global Study on Current Trends in the International Wine & Spirits Markets AND Outlook to 2016; Vinexpo/The IWSR; January, 2013). The complete study is available for purchase.)

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