Today, we’re going to talk about the top 5 MLM Wine Companies.
There are those moments when relaxing with a glass of fine wine and the sounds of soothing music is like a touch of “Heaven On Earth.”
And if you are like me, not just any wine will do.
But, spending outrageous amounts of money for a tantalizing wine is also not within my makeup.
I have found some tasty wines from small winery businesses when I lived in Missouri, but when shopping in stores, I feel like people are “eye-balling” me because of my studying each bottle.
The elderly woman whispers to the man,
“Look Abe, another wino.”
Saying it loud enough for me to hear.
I hate it when judgment fills people’s minds, so I acted like I didn’t hear and picking out the most expensive bottle, I walked up to the couple and asked,
“Do you think my Dad will like this as a gift for his accomplishment of building a business that just reached $1,000,000,000 in revenues?”
While I know I shouldn’t tell falsehoods, the temptation was just too much… And the looks on their face and the elderly couple’s answer was priceless…
“Oh, Abe and I love that wine; yes your Dad will like it…”
as they turn red in the face.
So, buying alcohol can be frustrating at times… Especially wine.
Certain entrepreneurs realized this issue as well as finding the artisan wines that have delectable tastes. Consumers want to purchase these great wines, but they do not want to be forced into searching stores for them.
So, why not wine sales using a MLM or Direct Sales format?
An excellent idea!
The Top 5 MLM Wine Companies
I will say that all in all, these companies are all very close in standings. This was a difficult process of determining an order. But starting with #5 and working up to #1, here are the top 5…
#5: Traveling Vineyard
This wine MLM company started in 2001 when the first wine tasting party was held. Since that time, many Wine Guides have come on board.
Traveling Vineyard is headquartered in Ipswich, Massachusetts. They are also a member of the Direct Selling Association.
Traveling Vineyard has a great selection of wines and accessories. And the prices are very reasonable.
#4: Wine Shop At Home
This wine company is located in the Napa Valley of California where many great wines are created. As a matter of fact, that is the specialty of Wine Shop At Home…. Artisan wines.
The company was founded in 1995 by John and Melissa Lynch. In 2002, seeing a high percentage of sales with their handcrafted wines through direct sales, the company went the MLM business format route.
On their website, they offer a cool quiz to determine your Vino Type.
They offer an amazing wine choice and prices seem quite fair.
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#3: Wein International – WIV
Wein was founded in 1675 as a family winery and is now a supplier of wine to a huge part of Europe and Asia. Located in Germany, the independent home based business owners are known as Wine Ambassadors.
Wein International has even started moving into the United States market.
#2: Boisset Collection
From the heart of wine country… Burgundy, France. Started in 1961, Jean-Claude and Claudine Boisset jumped into the wine business. They grew their influence throughout France and nearby countries.
When the Boisset’s son and daughter took over, Jean-Charles began purchasing other wineries.
The Boisset Collection is amazing. Wine from wineries in Burgundy, as well as Canada, California’s Napa Valley and even in England.
#1: Direct Cellars
It seems like I see a Direct Cellars marketing campaign daily. I must say that the training must be suburb because every Direct Cellars business owner I’ve stumbled across is very professional and non-pushy.
Direct Cellars started in 2014 as a simple internet business but the response to the company David DiStefano founded was phenomenal.
Moving quickly into the direct sales format, I hear reps saying it is the best MLM compensation plan they have ever seen.
But how are the wines?
I understand they have tastes and flavors for all occasions. And prices are comparable what you would find at a retail outlet.
Yes, because of their tremendous growth, Direct Cellars jumps into 1st place.
If you have a passion for wine, this may be the best business for you. Any of the above 5 would be a great choice.
So let’s hear your thoughts… Have you tried any of these wines? Are you a rep for any of these? What are your favorite MLM Wine Companies?
Tell us your views, we would love to hear them.
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Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with any of these MLM companies. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is unbiased.
About The Author
Greg Boudonck is a freelance writer and the author of over 50 books. He writes on many different topics, but business subjects are one of his primary areas of writing expertise. See Greg’s biography here.