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Datamyne Blog

Covering trade & transport, with tips on using import-export data to advantage

Not Just for Bastille Day: US Toasts French Wine & Spirits

Category: Imports, Trade Data

Whether it’s a champagne toast to Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité on La Fête du 14-Juillet, or an aperitif before, a bottle of wine during, or a brandy after dinner, Americans like to fill their glasses with French imports.

Indeed, France is the leading source for US imports of wine and spirits, as the trade data shows.

Top Sources US Imports of Wine and Spirits 2014

For one product category – brandy – France is very nearly the sole source.  Here’s how France ranks in the top 5 wine and spirits products it ships to the US.

Top Sources US Imports of Wine & Spirits 2014 by 4-digit HS


Date posted: July 14, 2014


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