to Start Your Own Winery
Your Own Vineyard or
Open a Winery Business
having a fun and rewarding career that gives you the opportunity
to turn your love of fine wines into a profitable business, creating new wines with your name
on the label.
the owner of a wine business, you can choose to have a vineyard
to grow grapes, a winery to produce wine, or both.
When you start a winery or
vineyard, you will become part of a growing industry as rich
as a chilled bottle of Chardonnay. Wine sales in the U.S. have more than
since the early 1990s. In the last few years, sales of wines produced
in the U.S. have increased despite the downturn in the
Wine is a drink that never
goes out of style, but it is particularly trendy today. Popularized
in the Academy Award winning movie Sideways and the bestselling
book French Women Don't Get Fat, wine's health benefits have
been extensively reported in North American news media.
At one time, the only place
that wine grapes were grown commercially in the U.S. was in California,
mainly in the Napa and Sonoma Valleys. While the number of wineries in
California continues to grow, today there are wineries in every
U.S. state and many provinces. No matter where you live, you might choose
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money getting into the wine business by starting a micro-winery or
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an estate winery that becomes a popular tourist destination
exciting events such as wine tastings and winery tours to
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guide shares insider tips to help you start your own winery or vineyard
from successful winery owners and experts. Among the wine industry professionals
who share expert advice in this FabJob guide are:
L. Filippi, wine writer and co-owner of
Joseph Filippi Winery and Vineyards which has won many awards for wine-making
excellence including the Gold Medal and Best of Class in
the 2009 New World International Wine Competition
Peterson, co-owner of Ravenswood Winery
of Sonoma, California, a winery which devotes attention to full-flavored
varietal wines that rival the quality of Europe's finest
guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to start
a winery business in the United States or Canada, plus helpful advice for opening a winery in any country. It includes:
Reidl, wine industry attorney and consultant,
who worked with E. & J. Gallo Winery and is a member of the International
Wine Law Association
to Start a Winery or Vineyard Business
Your Winery or Vineyard
to create a business plan for your winery or vineyard
what kind of vineyard or winery business to start
overview of options for your winery business:
an established winery or vineyard (including how to find wineries
and vineyards for sale)
a winery franchise
a new winery or vineyard
to choose a location for a winery or vineyard
varieties to consider (plus information about growing grapes in cold
you'll need to set up a vineyard including trellising and irrigation
and supplies you need to start a winery business and where to get them
of opening a winery or vineyard
to get start-up financing for your vineyard or winery business (includes
sample start-up budgets)
a name for your winery
about important business matters including insurance, incorporation,
and regulations for wineries
you will find even more resources and advice, including:
to develop effective systems for running your vineyard or winery
on a daily basis
process, including how to prepare your grapes for fermentation
whether to bottle your own wine or hire a bottling service
to include on your wine labels plus information on trademarking
to set your wine prices to maximize your profits
to manage your wine inventory
for transporting your grapes
strategies for wineries
to find a distributor so you can sell your wine to retail stores
up a website for direct-to-consumer wine sales
you need to be aware of when selling your wine
to attract customers and increase sales, including:
to find and hire great vineyard and winery employees
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some of the best business advice you could get from other sources, and
for becoming a wine expert
your income by offering other services at your vineyard (such as weddings
or "pick your own grapes" for wine hobbyists)
about making wine with other types of fruit
Valuable samples and
checklists for starting your winery or vineyard business, including:
Sample grape purchase
Sample winery purchase
Sample budgets for a
winery or vineyard
Sample daily sales report
Vineyard supplies checklist
Winery supplies checklist
Sample press release
Sample grand opening
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"The FabJob Guide to Become
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to start your own winery or vineyard. There are chapters
devoted to growing wine grapes and producing wine, setting up and running
a winery, and selling wine, along with advice and insider tips from professionals
in the wine industry to help you succeed in your new career as a winery
"This is the most informative guide that I have seen on the wine business.
It not only goes into the various wine regions but also mentions the many types of grapes that are used in winemaking
and many that I have never even knew had existed. The author is very knowledgeable also about how to get your start
in this highly competitive opportunity."
Port Jervis, New York
"People think they can just
make a wine, slap a label on it and charge $100 a bottle and it will sell.
There is a lot more to building a brand these days."
—Cheryl Murphy Durzy, Vice-President
of Sales and Marketing, Clos LaChance Wines
is one of the wine industry experts who give advice
in this FabJob guide)
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