About WineAmerica

The mission of WineAmerica is to encourage the dynamic growth and development of American wineries and winegrowing through the advancement and advocacy of sound public policy.

WineAmerica was founded in 1978 as the Association of American Vintners, a trade association of wineries with membership based in the eastern U.S. By 1991, the association had expanded and merged with the National Vintners Association forming the American Vintners Association. The association was renamed WineAmerica in 2003 to reflect its national role.

With more than 600 members, WineAmerica serves the interests of wineries in all 50 states by leveraging its formidable grassroots lobbying strength to benefit the entire industry.

Government Affairs

Read our policy positions and learn more about the major issues facing the American wine industry.

Immigration

Farm Bill

Taxes

Regulation

Member Benefits

Saving BenefitsSave on everyday goods and services.

Weekly Updates: Stay informed about what is going on in Washington D.C. and around the country

National Wine Policy BulletinReceive a monthly digest of Federal and State issues directly in your inbox.

Wine and Grape Policy Conference: Get involved with the issues that matter to you in Washington D.C.

Fall Membership Meeting: Membership meeting held in a different wine region every year.

Types of Membership

Winery Membership: WineAmerica membership offers you direct access to policy makers here in Washington D.C. and a shared grassroots platform with wine industry peers across the country.

Supplier Membership: WineAmerica offers smart access to the American wine industry. With members in 42 states, your organization will reach wine regions large and small.

Association Membership: The State and Regional Associations Advisory Council (SRAAC) provides an invaluable forum for communication and grassroots action on issues of concern to our industry.