Wine consumption falls for 1st time in 25 years

For the first time in a quarter of a century, Americans are buying less wine -- apparently because they're drinking more spiked seltzer.
0:30 | 01/15/20

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Well I'm just falling out of love with wine for the first time in 25 years wine sales dropped in the you ask. 2019 sales dropped point 9%. Instead it appears. Folks are drinking more heart seltzer is like white clot and truly instead sells for those drinks rose 50%. Last year. Experts say this follows a broader trend of people seeking out alcoholic drinks with less calories fewer calories. As they become more health conscious.

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