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For sourcing bulk wine, do most winery owners use exchanges or trade boards, or do they just go direct to other wineries?


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Sara Miramont Estate from Miramont Estate

As a supplier of bulk wine and shiners, we see a fair number of buyers sourcing through brokers and also directly with wineries. When working with a broker you can get a large selection of products at the best price options available. Sometimes working directly with a winery means that you are getting a product that is available that one time in that limited quantity. However, our company has been providing bulk wine and shiners to wineries across the country for over a decade. We offer a wide range of quality products at competitive pricing. You can count on most of these products to be available vintage after vintage, and some seasonal offerings that are good to take advantage of while they're available. One thing we have consistently heard from our customers is that they appreciate the expertise and customer service they receive working directly with us rather than a broker or a winery that does not participate regularly in the bulk wine market. We are happy to answer any other specific questions about bulk wines or shiners. 

Jun 2, 2016

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For sourcing bulk wine, most winery owners either join 'beverage exchanges' to get connected to bulk suppliers and individual wineries, or work with bulk wine brokerage companies that act as a middleman between the supplier and buyer.  Alternatively, specialized bulk wine suppliers usually operate some sort of online storefront, so a supplier may also contract directly with other wineries outside of the beverage exchange format.

Apr 20, 2014

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