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If you have a restaurant, bar, or grocery business, chances are you will need a good wholesale wine supplier. A wholesaler can help you select the varieties of reds and whites that will be popular with your customers. The following are a few common wholesale wine terms to be familiar with when shopping.

  • Vintage Wine – A vintage wine is made from grapes that were all grown and harvested during the same year. The term vintage is also used to refer to high quality wines from a specific year. For instance, port wineries often promote a specific vintage because the year was a good year for wine making.
  • Decanter – A decanter is container used to decant wine or liquor. Any sediment present in a wide or liquor will fall to the bottom of a decanter. Also, decanters act as aerators for wine. They can vary from simple containers to elaborately designed glass bottles.
  • Champagne – Champagne is a carbonated wine produced in the champagne region of France. Beverages produced elsewhere are typically referred to as sparkling wines. Champagne is produced from both white and red wine grapes.
  • Dessert Wine – Desert wines are wines with a sweet taste that are served with dessert. They typically have both a high level of alcohol by volume and a high level of sugar. There are both red and white varieties of dessert wine available.
  • Wine Cellar – A wine cellar is a room designed for storing bottled or barreled wine. Some are temperature and humidity controlled to preserve the taste of the wine and prevent spoiling.
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    Premier Wine Brokers, Ltd.
    2993 Brookwood Dr, Napa, CA 94558
    Premier Wine Brokers, Ltd. not only represents small wineries nationally but has also the private label side of the wine business mainly developing controlled brands for Wine Distributors.
    (707) 226-1622
    Chocolate Box Wines
    N/A, Windsor, CA 95492
    Chocolate Box Wines of Windsor, California, offers fine quality imported wines directly from the Barossa Valley in Australia.
    (707) 657-7721
    Wine Institute
    915 L St Ste 1400, Sacramento, CA 95814
    (916) 441-6974
    Southern Wine & Spirits
    4119 S Market Ct Ste A, Sacramento, CA 95834
    (916) 921-9753
    Total Wine & More
    2121 Arden Way, Sacramento, CA 95825
    (916) 921-5328
    Civ USA
    10419 Old Placerville Rd, Sacramento, CA 95827
    (916) 368-7188
    Purple Pearl Vineyard
    9177 Currey Rd, Dixon, CA 95620
    (707) 693-1607
    Lodi Vinters Inc.
    3850 E Woodbridge Rd, Acampo, CA 95220
    (209) 368-5338
    Global Premier
    5552 Alicia Ave, Olivehurst, CA 95961
    (530) 742-7142
    Auburn Wine & Food Festival
    4590 Bell Rd, Auburn, CA 95602
    (530) 885-9644
    Valley Wine Brokerage LLC
    14401 E Prospect Pl, Lockeford, CA 95237
    (209) 727-7093
    D'vine Wine and Visitors Guide
    444 Yokuts Dr, Lodi, CA 95240
    (209) 367-4254
    Bellagrace Vineyards
    73 Main St, Sutter Creek, CA 95685
    (209) 267-8053
    Baldacci Family Vineyards
    6236 Silverado Trl, Napa, CA 94558
    (707) 944-9261
    Stag's Leap Wine Cellars
    5766 Silverado Trl, Napa, CA 94558
    (707) 944-2020


    Wholesale wines distributors bring the price down of both red and white wines. Suppliers have domestic and imported beverages that go well with certain entrees and desserts. Beer and spirits distribution ranges in price, depending on the type of beverages they're selling, as well as their age. Wholesale rates are a great way to save money on a favorite wine. A glass of Chardonnay, White Zinfandel, Pinot Noir, and many other types of wine work well with different types of foods, highlighting their flavors. Suppliers of wholesale red and white wine may require a minimum purchase for distribution. Some may only sell to commercial customers, including restaurants, liquor stores, and grocery stores. Others sell their liquor, wine, and beer to the public. Cabernet, Champagne, Pinot Grigio, and Merlot are a few other examples one can find from a wholesale wine supplier. To find more information on wholesale wine suppliers, one can visit their website or go to their location to get a look at their inventory. Visiting their location gives customers a better idea at what types of Riesling, Cabernet, and Chardonnay are available. If looking for a specific type of wine and year, it may take a multiple visits to different suppliers to find it. When browsing the website of a wine wholesaler, customers are able to take a look at their stock very easily. Websites may even allow customers to purchase wines online and have them delivered or picked up. Customers can easily visit several different websites to determine who offers the best price and a better selection of wines, beers, and liquor to choose from.
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