National Wine Day

National Wine Day Quick Facts - US

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2023 DateMay 25, 2023
2024 DateMay 25, 2024
National Wine Day

National Wine Day History

National Wine Day seeks to celebrate and promote wine. Wine is an alcoholic drink made from fermented grape juice. This day highlights the benefits of wine such as a decreased risk of heart or cardiovascular problems. Wine has played a significant role in history, religion, and relationships. Although the history of wine is not entirely known, science has shown that wine has been around for over 8000 years.

National Wine Day seems to have been created in 2014 as a promotion for wine. It is observed annually on May 25th.

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National Wine Day Facts & Quotes

  • According to Statista, the estimated global wine consumption in 2022 was 232 million hectoliters, or 6.1 billion gallons.
  • The top countries in terms of wine consumption per capita include Vatican City, Andorra, Croatia, Portugal, and France.
  • According to IBISWorld, in 2022, there are about 7,600 wineries throughout the United States.
  • According to Wine America, in 2022, there are 4,800 wine producers operating in the state of California.
  • According to Wine America, in 2022, the wine industry had an economic impact of $276 billion.
  • According to the book A history of wine in America by Thomas Pinney, the first American wine was a pink sparkling sacrifice made in the 1840s from a hybrid grape called Catawba.

National Wine Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • National Wine day is an excellent opportunity to plan a trip to a vineyard to do some wine tasting! Wine tasting is a very sophisticated way to try all of the various kinds of wine that a vineyard has to offer.
  • Visit your local wine store and purchase your favorite wine. They may be offering specials or deals to celebrate the day.
  • Watch the Somm documentaries while enjoying a nice bottle of wine. Somm (2012) explores the preparation behind the Master Sommelier exam. Somm: Into the Bottle (2015) gives a sneak peek into the wine-making industry.
  • Watch the movie The Judgement of Paris (2008). It documents the famous 1976 blind taste test that pitted California wines against their French counterparts and shocked the world by declaring the American wines as superior.

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