Biggest drinking US states mapped


ObamawineIn terms of wine, it’s not even remotely close.

New Hampshire again take second place with each person drinking an average of 0.42 glasses of fermented grape juice on a daily basis.

Massachusetts and Vermont fight it out for a very close third and fourth with 0.35 and 0.34 glasses per person per day.

But the nations capital, home of congress and the senate, takes the gong for wine consumption, smashing the number two consumer by a whopping 25%.

Each person in Washington DC drinks an average of over half a glass of wine per day so, if its wine you’re after, look no further.

And in last place, Utah, with an average consumption of 0.06 glasses, pitiful.

Winners: Washington DC

Losers: Utah

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