If you recently opened a small wine distillery and haven't been overall satisfied with sales and feedback about the varieties of wine that have been produced in your facility, up the ante by improving the quality of the beverages that are produced, the bottling and labeling tactics that are used, and the marketing tactics that are implemented with the tips below. As a result, customers may be thoroughly satisfied with the bottles of wine that they purchase and continue to do business with your company in the future.
Permeable Belt Filter Press Kit
A permeable belt filter press kit will assist with rapid filtration and will increase the clarity of each variety of wine that is produced. Consider the fineness of the mesh before purchasing a press kit. If a filter contains strands of yarn or threads that are close together, more residue may become embedded between fibers and lengthen the cleaning process. Purchase several belt press filter kits to ensure that you will have a clean one to use whenever a new variety of wine is being produced.
Colored Bottles And Unique Labels
If you have been bottling wine in standard, clear or dark-colored bottles, consider switching to bottles that are a bright hue to assist with drawing attention to finished products. Design labels that contain bold lettering and large print or that contain a variety of colors that contrast with the color of the bottles to further enhance the wine products that are being mass produced.
As a result of your efforts, each bottle of wine will stand out, whether on the shelf of a grocery store or beverage center or inside of a client's wine cellar and will constantly remind people of your company and the original products that are sold.
Wine Tasting Events
Increase your client base by holding a wine tasting event at various times throughout each year. An outdoor venue or empty part of your commercial property can be used to host each wine tasting extravaganza. Erect a canopy on the land and set up a couple long tables underneath the covering. Pour small glasses of each variety of wine that is being offered and offer a bit of history about the types that individuals will be indulging in to educate your guests.
Keep a steady supply of wine bottles on hand in case any of the attendees would like to purchase one to enjoy at a later date. If people are pleased at each wine tasting session, they may boast about your products to friends and family, which will further assist with drawing in customers.