Wine, Beer and Spirits

U.S. Wine, Beer and Spirits Exports in 2023

Total Export Value
$3.84 Billion
3-Year Average
$3.83 Billion
Compound Average Growth
0.66% (2014-2023)
Market Total Value (USD)
European Union $1.05 Billion
Canada $757.15 Million
United Kingdom $275.73 Million
Japan $217.83 Million
Mexico $177.68 Million
Australia $148.29 Million
South Korea $145.64 Million
China $100.02 Million
Dominican Republic $73.55 Million
United Arab Emirates $72.67 Million
Top 10 Wine, Beer and Spirits Export Markets 2014 - 2023
Annual Wine, Beer and Spirits Exports 2014 - 2023

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In 2019, the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) entered into force. As a result, Japan approved 16 new wine additives that were previously not allowed in wine produced or consumed in Japan.
The U.S. Hoppy Duo IPA trade outreach event, featuring lead brewmasters from Sierra Nevada and Fremont breweries, achieved remarkable success in strengthening relations between the U.S. and Taiwan’s craft beer industries.
International Agricultural Trade Report

Opportunities for U.S. Agricultural Products in Colombia

Colombia is the largest South American market for U.S. agricultural products and the seventh-largest market for U.S. food and beverage exports globally. Since the U.S. – Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement (CTPA) was implemented in 2012, U.S. agricultural exports have grown by more than 235 percent to a record $3.7 billion in 2023.

News and Features

Secretary Vilsack announced today that USDA is allocating $300 million to 66 U.S. organizations to build demand for American food and farm exports in high-potential markets around the globe.
U.S. Department of Agriculture Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs Alexis M. Taylor today announced the availability of funding for the first five projects under the new Assisting Specialty Crop Exports (ASCE) initiative.
Shoppers in Canada now have more options when it comes to selecting a beverage for toasting and ringing in the new year. With the support of USDA Market Access Program funds, the New York Wine and Grape Foundation worked with the Liquor Control Board of Ontario to pop the cork and open the wine market just north of the border to New York State.