First step is to take stock of what wine you have (use this file to help organize). Accurate information will make the process much easier for your self and the stores and will increase the likelihood and quality of the offer they may make. - Read more.
Provenance is a really important concept when it comes to wine collections and is of paramount importance when wine stores buy wines from private individuals. "Good" provenance means that the chance of a bottle of being excellent is high. There are some common bottle issues and conditions which you should know about. - Read more
Seller's Premium, Auction, Consignment, Cherry Picking, Whole Lots - Wine stores purchase wine collections in many diffrent types of sceanrios and deals. It's important to understand their terminology and concepts. Read more
An important step in selling your wine is figuring out how much it’s worth, but also also keep in mind that you’re not likely to get the current market worth but 20%-30% below that. You can do a self wine appraisal using sites like Wine-searcher.com or send it to a prospective stores who usually do it for free or hire someone. Read more
Now it’s time to seal a deal. Find out how these processes usually work. What’s negotiable and also learn tips to getting a better deal by understanding the economics of the wine buyers and their different methods. Read more