A vital part of your wine by the glass program is marketing. The “build it and they will come” motto sadly doesn’t apply to this field of business, therefore it is necessary to get the word out and let your customer know about your exciting wine by the glass program. The marketing may requires time and effort before bearing any fruits, but here’s the good news: with these 7 effective ideas, you will surely get the result that you’re looking for.
Halloween season is creeping up at the doorsteps, you can’t wait to show the world your fancy Halloween costume and you are so ready to head out to go…wait…trick or treating? Read More
Sunday, May 14th, mothers around the country will be honored for their time and dedication caring for their children, families, and loved ones. Many mother’s will be delighted to the tune of having a day off of their maternal duties! They deserve it after all! With mothers looking to unwind and let loose from their daily commitment to care and support, it is important give back and show appreciation for all that they have done.
So what’s your special easter menu for this year? Is it rack of lamb or glazed ham? Whatever you are offering to your customers this year, we’re sure it’ll be a feast! But what’s a feast without the wines? Check out our wine pairings recommendation for the most common Easter menu items and discover how to entertain your guests with a wine by the glass experience.
The Northside Kitchen in Avon, CO is no stranger to the concept of wine dispenser systems. This premier home-style eatery has made headlines in the past with their introduction of “Switch Café”. Featuring a Wineemotion OTTO system, this coffee and wine bar hybrid concept, developed by the prestigious Getty’s architecture firm in Chicago, won the “Best Vignette” award at the HD Design Expo in 2014.
Every month, a new venue enters the world of wine by the glass programs. Welcoming the addition of their new Wineemotion wine dispenser is the Wrigley Mansion, a popular venue for weddings and special events located in Phoenix, Arizona. Known as Phoenix’s “Point of Pride”, this historic landmark sits on top a hill, offering breathtaking 360-degree views of the mountains and city below. Inside, the mansion houses another visitor favorite, Jamie’s Wine Bar. Wineemotion USA is thrilled to be a part of their story.
Picture this: your customer orders a wineglass of a premium fine wine bottle. Your server goes back behind the bar and opens up a newly unopened bottle to serve one glass of wine as ordered. Your customer drinks one glass and did not like the bottle they just chose and so they chose another one. At this time, you would hope someone else will order several glasses of that same bottle so you will not waste the wine nor lose profit. Unfortunately, however, no one else ordered that same bottle for the rest of the day.
Overpouring is inevitable when wine is poured the traditional way by hand, but why should you care? While overpouring one or several glasses of wine do not have a significant effect on your bottom line, overpouring every single wine glass will eventually hurt your profit tremendously. So how can you stop wine overpouring?