How It Works
SEV has three unique wine opportunities for it’s clients and customers; private sourcing, custom projects and private labeling.
Private Sourcing: As SEV locates high end varietals and vintages that have been held in reserve at boutique wineries, samples are offered to SEV private sourcing clients for private labeling under the PTW bond. Prior to samples being sent, SEV communicates with you to determine the budgetary considerations you have to build a personal portfolio of fine wine. No reason to taste $10 wines when you are looking to for $100 quality.
Custom Projects: Start your own winery without investing the family fortune. Have an idea for a creative project and have access to fruit, either from your own vineyard or grapes that you source. SEV can facilitate the winemaking and productizing of your fruit. As a custom project client we take the care of the winemaking process from crush to case goods. Take advantage of our leverage to launch your brand.
Private Label: As SEV engages in sourcing activities we encounter bulk and bottles wines available for purchase. We make our selections based on varietal, vintage, winemaker and finally, price. If you have a corporate event, customer or employee appreciation, family events; weddings, anniversaries, Christening, reunions fund raisers… you get the idea.
Once an offering is selected in-house designers assist you in the creation of a personalized label or labels. In some cases, extensive artwork, etching, or custom foil caps incur additional fees. All expenses will be explained and agreed upon prior to final purchase. In each case, once an order has been placed, the wine will be shipped to you within an agreed timeframe. It will be upon shipment that the balance of the order will be due and payable. For those who may lack adequate proper storage space for their purchase PTW can arrange for secure storage of clients’ wine for a small monthly fee. Subsequently, cases of clients’ wine can be shipped on a regular, or on an as-needed basis. By law, and for insurance purposes, an additional contractual agreement is required whenever SEV stores wine owned by another.