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3 Tier Wine Symposium

Wine Industry Network brings you a one-day conference focused on helping wine industry executives and owners navigate the complicated, but necessary, world of distributor...

Wine’s Most Inspiring People 2019: An Outspoken Voice for the Little...

Some see Tom Wark as an advocate for the wine industry, given his role as the Executive Director of National Association of Wine Retailers since 2007, but he prefers to think of himself as an outspoken voice for the “little guy.” Since 2004, he’s been unapologetically airing concerns over the three-tier distribution system and lack of consumer choice in the marketplace, lambasting what he terms “rent seeking, special interests and other self serving groups.”

3-Tier Wine Symposium Announced

Wine Industry Network produces new conference to address challenges of three-tier system Healdsburg, CA, December 19, 2018 – The Wine Industry Network (WIN) today announced...

A Pathway to Success in the Three-Tier System for Small and...

Rosen said, “through data and boots on the ground we support the independent brand, because frankly the distributor doesn’t have the time nor inclination.”

Uncovering Blind Spots to Differentiate Your Brand

Winery owners—most business owners, for that matter—live and breathe their brands. They believe in them wholly and unconditionally. This passion and confidence are critical...

Making Market Visits More Effective

Getting out of your office and visiting your distributors in their markets is an essential element of running a successful business. Face-to-face meetings within your distribution network offer vital local data and the opportunity to build a rapport you may never get by only talking on the phone or using email and texts to communicate. It’s so important not to take the impact of these market visits lightly and use each one to leverage relationships and the vital information you receive.

Uncovering Your Distributor’s Critical Success Factors

The second in a series on improving your standing with your distributors In our last article (Winning Distributor Attention), we began a journey of discussing...

3rd Party Distribution Benefits

and why the option is a wonderful solution If you are a regular reader of my published writing you know that I am a fan...

Winning Distributor Attention

There are over nine thousand wineries in the US selling countless brands. Pushing this ocean of product through the chaos of a quickly changing...

Best Practices in Coming to America for Your Brand

Coming to America was a great Eddie Murphy movie from the 80’s. I remember McDavid’s, the premise of money cannot buy love, and all the...

New Wine Shopper Data Solution Helps Wineries Achieve Distribution Success

Label Analytics has a new unique tool for wineries already in the wholesale market, or those just jumping on the bandwagon when it comes to distribution. Many wineries find it difficult to break into the three–tier system and gain any traction when a preponderance of the wines on the shelf are owned by large operations.

Seeking Wine, Beer & Spirits Producers in Arkansas, Nebraska and North...

Makers from 47 states are using LibDib’s web-based platform for distribution in California and New York San Jose, CA, June 21, 2018 --- Liberation DistributionTM...

One Year of LibDib: How Small Wine, Beer & Spirits Have...

Small producers finally have an effective platform for 3-tier distribution San Jose, CA, March 22, 2018 --- Liberation Distribution (LibDib), the first technology company to offer...

Merchant23 Opens Direct-to-Trade Sales in All 50 States

Marin County, CA: The Northern California tech company, Merchant23, just announced that their platform now enables Wineries, Distilleries, Breweries, and Importers to sell their...

Redeeming Utah: A Model of Virtue in the New Era of...

More often than not, when the topic of Utah liquor laws arises—among those who drink in Utah, that is—a river of laments will follow. It’s only natural. Limited shelf selections at state wine stores, aesthetically bland retail experiences (so brick, so mortar!), the enduring peculiarities of the on-premise consumption of alcoholic beverages and, alas, the lowest blood alcohol limit for drivers in the nation (to take effect in December), all account for the bewilderment.