"In my tasting room I represent multiple wineries which allows me to offer a broad selection of wines to my customers. They have a choice of five tastes (not preselected) from 6 white or 6 reds. The key is to engauge them in order to find out what…"
"Indeed, I find (both as a customer and a host) that people only buy what they taste. I have noticed a lot of wineries the "pick 5" (or whatever the number) option in this case and I've tried it out myself with my staff. Sadly, I have…"
"People buy what they get to taste. At Hess we do have 14 current release wines that guests can choose any four wines off of the list. We have a vertical cabernet tasting available of 4 different vintage cabernets that people can opt for, and we have…"
"That's a great question. Sometimes I'm offended as a (consumer) wine buyer that I'm only offered what they are pouring. But once they see that I only taste to buy, they engage me in conversation and keep pouring 3-4 more.
I guess I…"
Question:You have a winery that produces 15 or more different labels of wine. How do you handle this in the tasting room?A. Pre-select a number of wines to be poured each day and rotate the wines.B. Made a larger number of wines available for tasting, but have the customer select which 5-6 tastes they wish to sample.C. OtherThoughts?See More