Posted November 03, 2018 05:03:50 When it comes to wine, there are a lot of choices to make.
You can pick from the widest range of styles, or you can buy from a number of small producers and sell them directly to consumers.
In this article, we’re going to look at the impact that the number of wines sold on a per-capita basis has had on the prices of Australian wine.
First of all, let’s take a look at some basic statistics.
In 2015, the Australian Wine Institute reported that the average retail price for Australian wine was $1.50 per bottle.
That means that the price per bottle of Australian wines is about $0.35 per bottle!
This is about a $0,832 savings per year!
So, how much has this helped Australian wine producers?
Well, the majority of the savings can be attributed to the reduction in the price of wine over the last decade.
In fact, in 2010, the average price of Australian beers was $6.99 per 750mL bottle.
In 2014, the price fell to $4.97 per 750ml bottle.
The average price for wine has also fallen by around $50 in recent years.
This has helped producers like Cavan to cut their costs and grow their production capacity, which is good for consumers and businesses.
Another reason for the fall in the cost of wine has been the increased availability of wine in supermarkets.
In 2016, the number four spot in Australia’s supermarkets was occupied by Cavan, with over 75 per cent of sales coming from the grocery chain.
In addition, a recent survey found that more than 70 per cent people were willing to pay more for wine.
In the last 12 months, Cavan has also announced that it will begin selling its first-ever premium premium wine.
Finally, in 2017, Cresco Wine & Spirits sold more than $1 billion worth of wine to Australian consumers.
What can we learn from this?
The answer is quite simple.
In short, Australia’s wine industry has benefited from increased competition, lower prices, and a better quality of wine.