Wine refrigerators are becoming increasingly important to consumers, with an increasing number of restaurants, convenience stores, grocery stores, liquor stores, wine bars, liquor shops and home-distribution outlets using them to deliver wine to their customers.
In fact, wine deliveries are becoming the most common type of wine delivery in the U.S. in 2016, according to a new survey by Wine Delivery, a wine delivery startup based in Austin, Texas.
The company’s survey, which was conducted in June and July, found that 7.4 million customers in the United States had received wine deliveries via wine refrigerator.
That number, which represents a 15 percent increase from a year earlier, is up from 6.7 million in 2016 and up from 4.8 million in 2015.
In 2015, the company found that the average customer was receiving wine deliveries at about 8 p.m. and delivered it within two hours.
The popularity of wine deliveries is likely due to the growing popularity of food delivery services, which are now increasingly used by consumers.
Wine delivery is one of the fastest growing segments of food deliveries, according the Food Delivery Association, an industry association.
According to Wine Delivery CEO Michael Schoener, the rise of food-delivery services in the past few years has made wine delivery even more appealing to customers.
“There are more wine deliveries every day, which is why we are seeing such a rapid growth,” Schoeder said.
“When you see wine deliveries everywhere, that means more people are ordering and making wine deliveries.
This has given people a greater reason to try wine delivery.”
The majority of the wine deliveries taken place in the South and Midwest, with the majority of wine delivered in the Northeast, according Wine Delivery.
The most popular regions in the wine delivery segment include California, New York, New Jersey and Florida.
According to Wine Deliveries data, there are more than 1,000 wine delivery locations in the US.
According the Wine Delivery survey, the majority (56 percent) of the time, a customer pays the wine company for their wine delivery.
The majority of customers who do not pay wine delivery include people who have a low income, are low-income, are in an emergency situation or who are unemployed.
For more information about wine delivery, including what to look for in a wine shipment and the cost of wine, visit winedelivery.com.
Wine delivery services are growing in popularity due to several factors, including the increase in wine-related products and restaurants, according Schoeter.
“We’re seeing that as wine delivery becomes more popular and more popular, it’s really helping the wine industry in the long run,” he said.
Winemaking is a growing industry in America, and the popularity of the craft beer industry is only expected to continue.
Wine Delivery has already been selected to be the third largest wine delivery company in the country, and it is working with restaurants and grocery stores across the country to offer wine delivery to their guests.
In addition to the wine, Schoetter said they will offer a wide variety of other wine products and other food products to help make sure their customers are happy with their wine deliveries and their meals.
“We want to make sure our customers get the best wine they can get and we want to help wine delivery help wineries in the short term, as well as wineries on the long term,” Schopers said.