Wine.com has supported the Sonoma County Barrel Auction since the inaugural event five years ago—their customers love the diversity of Sonoma County wines.
May 7, 2019
But some bidders, like Michael Osborn of Wine.com, found good deals at the three-hour-plus sale. "We are value shoppers here because ultimately we're going to sell these wines, as we have from the previous four years of auctions, on our website, as we do with Napa Premiere wines, wines from Washington and the Willamette Valley. The idea is to offer the customer something unique that they can't find elsewhere but not at the crazy prices that some of the Premiere Napa items go for."
May 7, 2019
"2017 tastes more restrained than 2016," Wendy Stanford, senior buyer for Wine.com says, echoing what many other buyers told Wine-Searcher. "It's already approachable and delicious, but the purity of the fruit's expression and the level of acidity make it very promising in terms of ageability. For the past few years, our customers have not been able to get enough Willamette Valley Pinot, especially our East Coast customers."
April 11, 2019
While wine retailers and number-crunchers have long lamented their lack of understanding and ability to market to millennials, one online store is having major success.
March 6, 2019
Wine.com donated $20,000 to the wine industry scholars program at Sonoma State University, which offsets tuition and other educational expenses for family members of vineyard and winery workers.
March 2, 2019
Amid the steady growth of e-commerce within the drinks industry, online retailer Wine.com saw revenues reach $130 million in 2018, with growth driven by imports.
March 1, 2019
The wine industry is shaping up to be more transparent and international than ever in 2019. Consumers want more local, sustainably sourced wines, but at the same time they are expanding their palates to newcomers on the market from places like Bulgaria, Hungary and Georgia.
February 27, 2019
Despite restricted national reach, imported wines shipped directly from retailers to consumers are making serious headway.
February 27, 2019
While retailers and current industry research are lamenting that the wine business has lost the lucrative interest of the millennial consumer, Wine.com executives beg to differ.
February 26, 2019
Wine.com, the San Francisco-based online retailer, last week received $32.5 million in growth capital from Goldman Sachs Asset Management Private Credit Group in order to focus on marketing and increase the number of wine brands it carries.
November 26, 2018
There is currently a raging debate as to the validity of what an “influencer” is. Who are the most influential wine people in the United States, and how exactly do you define ‘influential?’
July 24, 2018
Add some quality vino to the menu without breaking the bank.
January 29, 2018
Conference emphasizes closer collaboration to drive growth in US wine industry
February 28, 2018
On St. Patrick's Day, Guinness is the drink at the tip of most tongues. And although we at Town & Country love a good pint from time to time, we thought it beneficial to find out which wines go best with traditional Irish dishes like corned beef and cabbage, kidney pie, and potatoes. Here are plenty of bottles to choose from, because it's that sort of holiday.
January 25, 2018
We surveyed master sommeliers and top wine retailers to narrow down a list of 11 great bottles to drink this Valentine's Day. These wines will set the mood for a romantic evening.
January 22, 2018
It’s no surprise to see a Kendall-Jackson Chardonnay leading Wine.com’s top 100 list of wines purchased in 2017, but at No. 2 stands the Columbia Crest 2014 Grand Estates Cabernet Sauvignon from Washington state.
December 12, 2017
As wine shipments become harder to fulfill in many states, wine retailers and carriers have become more practical in terms of how to deliver the goods. Wine.com, as well as the national carrier FedEx, have both started using a number of Walgreens, Duane Reade and other retailers such as Jewel-Osco, Albertsons and Safeway as wine drop-off points for consumer pickup.
December 11, 2017
In the second part of our interview with Wine.com, CEO Rich Bergsund and founder and vice president, merchandising Michael Osborn discuss a host of new customer-focused initiatives at the online retailer, as well as the company’s fresh marketing push.
November 29, 2017
Online retailer Wine.com is seeing growth accelerate as consumers increasingly embrace e-commerce.For its fiscal year ending next March, the company—which is majority-owned by private equity firm Baker Capital—is projecting revenue to reach $120 million, with EBITDA expected to total $4 million.
November 27, 2017
Wine.com has announced plans to not only expand the number of locations where consumers can pick up their order after placing it, but also to include many of the nation’s leading retailers in this new venture.
November 27, 2017
Town & Country surveyed a master sommelier and wine experts around the country to determine the top bottles to serve on Thanksgiving. Here are nine wines that will make your holiday meal extra enjoyable.
November 14, 2017
"We all want to feel like we’re working for a bigger purpose that matters. In our case, we know that wine can be an intimidating category, but with the right approach and tools, it can be a really fun one. When we talk at meetings about being customer-focused and building great customer experiences, it gets the team fired up to work hard and work smart to try to delight our customers."
August 24, 2017
The online wine business continues to take market share away from brick-and-mortar rivals, highlighting the need to appeal to wine drinkers in new ways. Renowned online wine retailer Wine.com is leading the charge, having recently announced an additional $15 million in growth funding. The new financing will help to jumpstart the company’s e-commerce and mobile commerce initiatives.
August 18, 2017
“As we become even more accustomed to shopping online, direct wine sales should continue to account for more of our wine purchases. And that growth will transform the market for wine.”
July 29, 2017