Women buy and drink more wine than men. Especially millennial women. At least, according to recent studies by Nielsen and the Wine Market Council. And while that may be surprising to some, it is a well-known fact to the founders of Wine Ambassador, who say that demographic is squarely behind the success of its new Fine Wine Club.
Wine Ambassador’s Fine Wine Club is a multi-level marketing program whereby women and men who love their vino can get paid to share fine wines from the Napa and Sonoma regions of California. The venture is the brainchild of a group of Napa Valley entrepreneurs that includes winemakers, a vineyard owner, a cheesemaker and marketers. Their experts choose wines from respected winemakers, leveraging relationships built over their combined 30 years of industry and business experience.
Here’s how the Wine Ambassador “Fine Wine” club works. Clients can choose to be Customers or Ambassadors. Customers pay a monthly fee to have curated hand-selected wines delivered to their door each month. When they refer three friends, they get their wine at no charge. A video accompanies each delivery, which features the winemaker describing the story behind each wine.
Ambassador’s on the other hand, have the opportunity to turn enjoying and learning about wine with friends into a side hustle. They can make commissions on sales and get support tools and leads that include their own website, analytics and a Visa® debit card to help them seamlessly manage their business. Ambassadors at the upper level even get access to exclusive events as well as exclusive wine tastings at select vineyards.
“Wine is so much more than a drink. It’s a lifestyle, a passion, an enriching part of the human experience and a central focus of so many celebrations as well as private moments,” said Brett Hudson, President, Wine Ambassador. “Our Club presents a great chance for women or men to tap into the growing $38 Billion Dollar direct to consumer wine industry and the opportunity associated with being structured as a multi-level marketing company of fine wines.
We have set our sights on becoming the number one wine club in the world in partnership with our Ambassadors. We are confident we will achieve this vision based on our early success and the incredible potential that exists in the $360 billion global wine industry.”
According to Hudson, the average retail price of each bottle is about $68 being delivered from Napa & Sonoma, but through the Wine Ambassador Wine Club, members pay just $99.95 for four bottles. For more information about Wine Ambassador, register for our next webinar at http://WineAmbassadorLive.com