There are several different ways to transfer a wine business to new ownership, and different reasons to do it — some of which unplanned, like death and divorce. This article helps you understand the options in advance.
Importers and Wholesalers
This article will provide you with the basic principles that govern winery-wholesaler relationships. Don’t get hitched without knowing the rules.
Part Two of this article explains when you can expect a conditional label approval, when you can’t, and some tips for avoiding the need for a use up (temporary label approval).
Part One of this article describes the two most common wine labeling mistakes wineries make — and what to do when it happens to you.
Regulatory agencies are always watching vintners to make sure they don’t use illegal marketing methods. Beware that your new promotional program does not violate the three tier laws.
Advice for amateur wine makers on how to create their own winery legally.
A third of all wine label applications are rejected. To obtain approval requires understanding many regulations, policies and procedures. Here is a summary of the important ones.
It is no longer a million dollar prospect to start a winery. By entering into an alternating proprietorship, a grape grower or brand builder can become a vintner with just a few barrels to his name.
To keep your license in good standing requires more than just renewing it. You also need to bring it up-to-date whenever your company makes changes in ownership, management, or operations.
Custom crush, brand builders, foreign suppliers, wholesalers CSA has a long and successful track record of advising and licensing a wide variety of alcoholic beverage suppliers, including: importers needing licensing, product approval, and labeling assistance brand builders who blend bulk wines to produce new products aspiring vintners and grape growers building their own brands foreign suppliers wanting to form …