How can a small winery possibly compete with the marketing of massive wine companies? How can it hope to capture the over-stimulated mindshare of the modern consumer? By being strategic. This revised and updated edition to the bestselling book puts the vast bank of wine marketing knowledge within reach of industry novices, and fresh, practical, and powerful strategies into the hands of veteran brand managers and marketing professionals. With 100 pages of new and expanded material, this book addresses such topics as importing and exporting; logistical management; marketing your tasting room and wine region as a prime tourist destination; how to generate greater retail sales; and how to grab the benefits, while avoiding the dangers, of social networking and viral marketing.
|Publisher:||Board and Bench Publishing|
|Edition description:||Second edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 9.90(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Paul Wagner is an instructor for Napa Valley College and the Culinary Institute of America. Paul formed Balzac Communications & Marketing in 1991. Paul is a regular columnist for Vineyard & Winery Management magazine and contributes to Allexperts.com. He lives in Napa, California. Janeen Olsen is a Professor of Marketing at Sonoma State University. Her research on wine consumption, direct to consumer marketing and tasting room service has been published extensively in international business journals, and she lectures on those topics regularly. Janeen lives in Vallejo, California. Liz Thach (pronounced “tosh”) is a management and wine business professor at Sonoma State University in the Wine Business Institute where she teaches in both the undergraduate and Wine MBA programs. Liz has published over 90 articles and 4 wine books, including Wine: A Global Business. Liz lives on Sonoma Mountain.