United_States-1spring2010

United_States-1spring2010 - Announcements Taste of the...

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Announcements Taste of the Nation – Thursday April 29 th – still looking for 3 volunteers Essay 3- (regular class) Monday, May 3 rd Dave Chambers – May 10 th. Vista Room Final May 17 th (19:00-21:45) On-Line May 17 th - May24th (19:00- 23:55) Post on Ilearn – extra credit and self - assessment Top 50 restaurants in the world: http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2010/apr/2
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Group L Kevin Ball, Hui En Chien, Elise Deleon, Aaron Kaufman, Monika Rhodes, Vanesa Alicia Zuzuarregui Group M Laura David, Amy Li, Vu Mai, Krizia Mendoza, Julio Pulido, Emily Sauls Group N Gene Choi, Jimmy Huynh, Jason Khorge, Rajan Nanavati, Mackenzie Quaid, Shanka Weerasinghe Group O Hoyeung Chan, Marielle Gomez, Vamsi Krishna Kancharla, Grace Sullivan, Ei Than, Alyssa Uslaner
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United States
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Alcohol is under (TTB) Tax and Trade Bureau 1983 introduction of the American Viticulture Association (AVA) AVA = appellation Augusta, Missouri was the first AVA Beat Napa by one day
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Top producing states 1. California (2440 wineries, 90% of all US wine) 2. New York (271 wineries, 5% production) 3. Washington State (538 wineries,4% production) 4. Oregon 329 wineries, less than 1% production Laloganes, 2010
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Information http://www.california-wine.org/webfront/bas
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Information (2) http://www.wineinstitute.org/
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Trends TABLE WINE VOLUME SHARE BY COLOR In U.S. Supermarkets Red Wine Shipments Pass White in Supermarkets COLOR 1991 1995 2004 Red 17% 25% 40.5% White 49% 41% 40.4% Blush 34% 34% 19.1% TOTAL 100% 100% 100% Source:California Wine Institute, 2006
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Wine sales in the US 1991-2004 (millions of gallons) Year Table Wine Dessert Wine Champagne/ Sparkling Wine Total Wine Total Retail Value Estimated 2004 591 47 30 668 $23.2 billion 2003 574 40 29 643 $22.2 billion 2002 546 38 28 612 $21.6 billion 2001 512 35 25 572 $20.2 billion 2000 510 33 27 570 $19.3 billion 1999 475 31 37 543 $18.1 billion 1998 466 31 29 526 $17.0 billion 1997 461 29 29 519 $16.1 billion 1996 439 31 29 500 $14.3 billion 1995 404 30 30 464 $12.2 billion 1994 394 33 31 458 $11.5 billion 1993 381 35 33 449 $11.0 billion 1992 405 37 33 476 $11.4 billion 1991 394 39 33 466 $10.9 billion
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u.S Wine exporting in 2008
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Estimated 2004 California table wine shipments by price segment Retail Price Price Segment Nine-Liter Cases Sold (Millions) Percent of Total Winery Sales Revenues (Millions) Percent of Total Over $14 Ultra-premium 18.8 12% $2,450 35% $7 up to $14 Super-premium 32.6
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