How to Make Insanely Delicious Private Label Wine for LESS Money!

How to Make Insanely Delicious Private Label Wine for LESS Money!

You CAN make your own private label, insanely delicious wine, and spend less than you would for the same wine at retail. 

AND you have a wine that no one else has!

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Why Make Your Own Private Label Wine?

Many people want to make wine today. But instead of commercializing wine, why not make your own wine for personal consumption? Some reasons you might want to make your own private label wine include:

  1. It’s easy and it reduces your cost per bottle versus retail.
  2. You’ll have your favorite wine on-hand all the time.
  3. You can drink better wine for less.
  4. Friends and family will be impressed.
  5. You can give it away to clients or for birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, etc.
  6. Someone is getting married and you need a lot of wine.
  7. It is the ultimate in personalization.
  8. You can share a barrel among friends.
  9. Because you can.

In short: Better Wine, Less Money! You can be the pioneer among your friends.

What are the Benefits to Contracting with a Winery?

It’s no secret creating wine is an expensive proposition. The joke goes: to build a fortune in the wine business, start with a larger fortune. 

If you want to enjoy the benefits of having a premium custom wine with your own label, then contracting out with a winery makes sense. 

The winery does all the work, including licensing and compliance, such as label approvals, reducing most of the risk.

You can choose one of their existing wines or you can create your own custom blend. 

It costs MUCH less than if you bought the same wine at a retail store, so you save money.

You’ll learn a lot about wine depending on your involvement in the process.  According to Wine Spectator, an average wine barrel contains roughly 60 gallons of wine. This represents about 25 cases or 300 bottles.

You can arrange for one barrel of wine and have 25 cases sent to your home.  Each one of the 300 bottles could show your face, or your dog’s. At one bottle a week, the wine would last for six months. The cost runs about half that of buying the very same wine off a retail shelf. 

It’s Easy to Get Started

Find a winery partner.

For the wine, determine the quantity, the type and style, and the bottle and label you want. 

Cost depends on the quantity, the wine, the bottle size and style and the label. Delivery costs are additional. 

The winery will craft your wine, bottle and label it and deliver it depending on your needs. 

Too Good to be True?

In the past, bulk wine producers made most private label wines of low quality and low price. Many still do but other producers have entered the market. You find more higher-quality private label wines now.

But not many individuals have a private label wine to serve in their homes. Custom private label wines for personal use have not yet caught on in the market.

Producers haven’t really considered reaching out to those consumers who might be interested.

Therefore, it can be difficult to find the right winery that offers what you want, when you want it and at the price point and quality level you want. 

Not every winery has access to premium grapes or equipment to make and age such wines. And not every winery is interested in making wine at smaller quantities.

Drink Better Private Label Wine for Less Money 

If you are serious about having your own private label wine, and you love Santa Barbara County wines, contact Martellotto WInery.

Martellotto Winery offers a unique opportunity to have your own top-quality wine. Choose one of our wines or work with our winemakers to create a custom wine. 

With access to the best vineyards in Santa Barbara County, Martellotto will make your premium quality Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir or Chardonnay at a fraction of the retail price.

Minimum quantities run around 336 cases. Cost can run anywhere from $10 to $30 per bottle for wine retailing from $20 - $60 per bottle.

We do the work, so you don’t have to. Interested?

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