The Capital’s Other Spending Habit

According to the U.S. Department of the Treasury Alcohol Tax and Tobacco Trade Bureau, California, New York, Washington State, and Oregon make most of the wine produced in the U.S. But which state consumes the most wine in the nation?

The Daily Sip at Bottlenotes.com has compiled a list of states that consumes the most gallons of wine per capita (based on 2009 info). Here is the list of top ten states:

• District of Columbia (6.6)
• New Hampshire (4.8)
• Massachusetts (4.1)
• Vermont (4.1)
• Nevada (3.8)
• Connecticut (3.6)
• Delaware (3.6)
• New Jersey (3.6)
• Rhode Island (3.4)
• California (3.4)
• Hawaii (3.4)

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Courtesy of bottlenotes.com

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