Cheap wine is making its way into the mainstream, thanks to the internet.
It’s becoming more and more accessible to consumers and making its own way into their everyday lives, from restaurants to bars to shops to online purchases.
The internet has been a boon to the wine industry, and its influence has reached a tipping point, according to one analyst.
As the popularity of wine continues to expand, there are also new trends emerging.
And one of them is cheap glasses.
“People are drinking more cheap wine and drinking more cheaply,” said Peter Kavulich, senior analyst at IRI.
“They’re using cheaper glasses.
They’re having more fun with their wine, because they’re finding the best quality cheaper.”
The trend has been on the rise for some time.
According to a recent survey, 58 percent of Americans ages 18 to 34 had tried a wine at least once in the last month.
This is an increase of 6.6 percentage points from 2015.
A survey by Wine Spectator in December showed that the percentage of wine drinkers in the U.S. who said they bought wine online increased from 9 percent in 2016 to 13 percent in 2017.
That number of consumers is up from just under half in 2016.
Kavuliich says the surge in online purchases is not limited to wine.
“The internet is also changing the way consumers shop for wine,” he said.
“There are new online wine and wine stores popping up all over the world, and that has increased the availability of wine.”
One of the biggest changes in the past year has been in the way people are ordering wine.
Now, a wine tasting is a good place to start.
“We have an opportunity to tap into the consumers that were not buying wine online,” said Chris Dabbs, chief marketing officer for the wine business at Wine Spectate.
“In the past, we’ve been relying on the customer to come to the store, which was a very limited resource.”
The company has started a wine shopping portal for customers.
And it’s working to help wine drinkers find their favorite brands.
The company’s new website, which launched this month, has a “Find Your Next Drink” section, which includes wine, spirits, beer and spirits cocktails, which are available on the site for a few dollars.
The site allows customers to select a wine, beer or spirits brand and get started.
The app also allows users to find out more about their favorite products and restaurants and how to get there.
“It’s going to be interesting to see how the digital revolution plays out,” said Dabbers.
Wine Spectators online wine section is still a work in progress. “
This is the first time people are actually going to have a choice,” he added.
Wine Spectators online wine section is still a work in progress.
But it’s a good start, and there’s plenty of room for improvement.
WineSpectate says it has been inundated with requests for information on new wine, and is trying to expand to include a wine list.
And that’s not all.
The new app has a few other perks.
One of them, for the time being, is the ability to customize your account.
“For now, we’re just testing it and getting feedback,” said Kavulaich.
“But it’s really exciting for us, and it’s exciting for customers, to have this really easy way to share their experience and show them that they’re a part of the conversation.”
Kavilich said the online wine site will be rolled out across a variety of industries, and will eventually offer a wider range of products, from spirits to wines to cocktails.
But, for now, the site is focused on the wine community.
And with the rise of wine bars and restaurants, it may soon be a good time to order a bottle of your favorite brand.