6 Things To Know When Starting A Successful Wine Club

Want to start your own wine club? Here are 6 tips you should know.

We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a wine club:

#1: Alessandro Pepe, founder of Roscioli Wine Club:

We chatted with with Alessandro, founder of Roscioli Wine Club ($85K/month). In our interview, Alessandro says:

Do what you believe in, and don’t do it for money.

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#2: Mack McConnell, founder of Taster’s Club:

We chatted with with Mack, founder of Taster’s Club ($270K/month). In our interview, Mack says:

Even under tight constraints (day job, family etc…) don’t underestimate the impact of focused, continuous work, even done a little at a time, every night for a year.

Additionally:

Launching fast and lean was important because it allowed us to be the first to market (now there’s over 50 alcohol-related subscription services), let us define the category and gave important early lessons.

Further:

Have separation between you and your project. If it fails, it doesn’t mean you failed. This is the mindset that makes it easy to try again.

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#3: Alessandro Pepe, founder of Roscioli Wine Club:

We chatted with with Alessandro, founder of Roscioli Wine Club ($85K/month). In our interview, Alessandro says:

Our mission and goal were simple - we would create the best possible wine club in the world and one that we would be excited to be a part of - with Italian wines from small producers, farmed organically, minimal sulfites added, respect for the land - and put the winemaker's story in the center of it all.

Additionally:

We know it often takes up to 7 touches for people to buy. Collecting emails to maintain a near-constant engagement has been crucial to our success.

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