The wine survey had some interesting results, it turns out wine drinkers are not that adventurous when it comes to buying wine in a restaurant.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) October 19, 2010
Rhino Wine Gear (http://www.rhinowinegear.com) a leading on-line company providing quality wine products and accessories for wine enthusiasts, surveyed over 1000 wine drinkers to get a peek at their wine buying habits. The results reveal a slight shift from restaurant wine purchases to store wine purchases.
"The wine survey had some interesting results, it turns out wine drinkers are not that adventurous when it comes to buying wine in a restaurant." said Ken Zipeto, CEO, Rhino Wine Gear. "We also discovered that the majority of wine drinkers spend $11-$15 per bottle when making a purchase in a wine store."
While the survey uncovered that wine drinkers are spending less per bottle of wine in a restaurant, most likely due to the economy, the participants have maintained the same spending habits on their store purchases of wine.
The survey was conducted in August and September 2010 with more than 1000 respondents. The survey results and additional information can be found at http://www.RhinoWineGear.com/winesurvey.html
About Rhino Wine Gear
Rhino Wine Gear is committed to providing the highest quality wine products at great prices. Rhino Wine Gear is also committed to raising money and awareness to conserving its namesake, the Rhino. Rhino Wine Gear donates a portion of its profits to Save the Rhino International whose mission is to conserve critically endangered rhinoceros species in the wild.
Rhino Wine Gear and its extensive line of products have been featured in publications such as the Wall Street Journal and Wine Spectator On-Line. Since 1999, Rhino Wine Gear has provided a vast array of wine related items to individual consumers, wineries and Fortune 500 companies throughout the United States.
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