According to data reported by Wine Vines Analytics, domestic wines have boosted U.S wine sales in the past month. Current tariff issues and changes in global supplies have disrupted the international wine market. Domestic and sparkling wines increased by 4 percent to $48 billion in the past 12 months ended in May. Meanwhile, sales of packaged imports increased by 2 percent to just $23 billion in the past 12 months ended in May, decreasing their share of total wine sales in the U.S. Nielsen reported that domestic table and sparkling wines increased by 2 percent to $821 million in the four weeks ended May 18.
Source: Wine Business June 2019