Wine Lovers Store


Start a Branded Wine Lovers Store -
No Franchise Fees.

Wine Lovers is a sound business model that compliments entrepreneurs who seek opportunities with minimal risk, proven business strategies and a model that yields high profits. Wine Lovers is part of a niche market that allows its owners to experience the highest satisfaction by owning their own wine store.

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Wine Making Stores

 

 


  • Buy a wine store. Wine Lovers, with a new wine making franchise, offers state of the art equipment and unique bottling stations suitable for commercial or personal wine making purposes.
  • Franchise information. The Wine Lovers business model provides its team members with significant opportunities to build real wealth through a highly optimized business infrastructure.
  • Franchise opportunities. Corporate Wine Lovers will train you on the wine culture and how to run a business effectively, with this new franchise. Ongoing education and support to business owners are the keys to success.
  • Please contact Wine Lovers Team for more information about this Franchise opportunity.





International Wine Competition
  • Gold - Pinot Grigio.
  • Silver - Port Style.
  • Silver - Zinfandel with Crushed Grapes.
  • Bronze - Sangiovese with Crushed Grapes.
  • Bronze - Riesling.
International Wine Competition
  • Gold - Sherry.
  • Silver - Port Style.
  • Silver - Sauvignon Blanc.
  • Bronze - Chardonnay.
  • Bronze - Peach Chardonnay.
International Wine Competition
  • Silver - Chardonnay.
  • Silver - Shiraz.
  • Bronze - Sauvignon Blanc.
  • Bronze - Cabernet Sauvignon.
  • Bronze - Pinot Noir.
  • Bronze - Grande Marvelle Wine.

 

 

02.15.2013 The Beer Store debuts pilot recycling service in TorontoThe Beer Store has launched a new recycling service. In addition to beer, wine and liquor bottles, the new program will also recycle old house paints, batteries and consumer electronics. Recycling Plus is a partnership between The Beer Store, Sims Recycling Solutions and Stewardship Ontario. The first recycling centre was opened February 15 in Toronto. If the pilot project is successful, more centres will open across the province. Source: CTV
02.19.2013 B.C. wineries continue steady growth in wider worldB.C.'s wine industry continues to grow domestically and globally. The B.C. Liquor Distribution Branch's estimate of the province's total grape crop value in 2010 was close to $39 million, and 2011-12 sales of wine were in approximately $1 billion. The number of B.C. grape wineries has nearly tripled in the last decade - to 214 in 2012 from 74 in 2002. Total grape acreage has increased to almost 10,000 in 2011 from less than 1,500 in 1990.Source: Victoria Times Colonist
02.04.2013 Increasing wine consumption makes Canadian market more attractive In the lead-up to its trade fair in Bordeaux, France this June, Vinexpo commissioned a detailed report on the world's wine and spirits consumption that revealed Canadians go through 15 litres of wine per capita, or roughly 100 glasses per year. Canadian consumption reached 43.21 million cases in 2011, with one case representing 12 bottles. The Vinexpo report suggests that Canada's consumption rate is growing three times faster than the global average and our nation is set to become the world's fifth fastest growing market for wine, behind China, the United States, Russia and Germany. Expect more international producers to target our markets. With declining markets at home, French, Italian and Spanish producers will be increasingly looking to sell wine elsewhere. Source: Toronto Sun
01.31.2013 Nova Scotia does U-turn on in-store U-Vint operators Stung by a public backlash, Nova Scotia's NDP government has ordered the province's Crown-owned liquor agency to drop its legal bid to shut down two small businesses that allow customers to produce wine and beer in their stores. Justice Minister Ross Landry confirmed [January 31] the Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. must drop its request for injunctions against Wine Kitz Halifax and Water 'n' Wine in New Glasgow. Landry said the government had to reverse course because so many people had come forward to protest the agency's approach. Employees at Wine Kitz Halifax cheered when they learned of the news. "I'm thrilled beyond belief because it's been a bit of a nightmare," owner Ross Harrington said in an interview. Source: CBC
01.15.2013 Worldwide wine auction revenues fall in 2012 Sales of fine and rare wine worldwide fell 19 per cent in value from a record $478 million 2011 to $389 million in 2012, according to figures released by the major commercial auction houses. This is the first decline since 2009, when markets were still struggling to emerge from the global financial crisis. This year, falling prices and fewer consignments in Hong Kong accounted for the slump in sales. Source: Wine Spectator
12.31.2012 Will we shop differently for wine in 2013? The big wine story in 2012 didn't concern the next "It-Grape" variety or hot new region. It had to do with the way that Canadians are able to shop for their favourite bottles. June saw the passage of Bill C-311, an amendment to the 1928 Importation of Intoxicating Liquors Act that decriminalized interprovincial wine sales. The bill sought to give wine lovers the ability to bring wine purchased in another province home with them or have it shipped direct to their homes. It's a move that brings us out of the dark ages - and provides welcome stimulus to the Canadian wine industry. Despite the bill's opening the door to transporting wine freely, the provinces and their Crown liquor monopolies still wield their power. It remains illegal to order wine from another province. With the exception of B.C., Manitoba and, in due time, Nova Scotia, wine cannot be shipped across most provincial borders. Source: Charlottetown Guardian