Increase your Profits from Private Label, Bulk Wine and Contract Bottling!

Few days left to enroll as an Exhibitor at IBWSS San Francisco.

IBWSS exhibitors are wineries and distilleries looking to sell bulk wine and spirits, producers and negociants who offer contract manufacturing or private label programs, and wineries, distilleries, and importers who have one-time excess stock to clear.

Wineries, distilleries, importers, distributors, retailers, national and regional chains, negociants, brokerage firms and press members.

As the go-to shipping gateway on the Pacific seaboard and home to the majority of wineries in the USA, San Francisco is positioned perfectly for the fair. The city has long acted as the USA’s trading post between the northern and southern hemispheres.  With the launch of IBWSS, international bulk suppliers from some of the world’s most important markets will have unprecedented access to the US market.

July 26-27, 2017 – South San Francisco Conference Center
(July 26: 11 am to 5 pm, July 27: 11 am to 4 pm)

$3400. (Both Days Conference Session Pass Included Valued at $400). Only a few Spots Are Left!

TTB and Sample assistant will be provided to overseas exhibitors. Please email us for more information/questions about sending samples.

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show is brought to you by Beverage Trade Network, the leading online platform dedicated to connecting the global beverage industry. Beverage Trade Network (BTN) successfully connects wineries, breweries, distilleries and brand owners with international importers, distributors, brokers and beverage industry professionals on a daily basis. Strong partnerships with international and US organizations have helped BTN establish IBWSS as a premiere sales and marketing event committed to connecting the private label and bulk beverage industry.

The event will offer 80 exhibitor tables, so space is limited. Exhibitors are encouraged to reserve space early as booths are expected to sell out quickly.

The show is a trestle table set up, you will not pay anything extra for chairs and tables and wifi. Your pricing covers ALL costs associated with the show. You are required to bring in one roll-up banner only and can put marketing material on your table.
IBWSS will provide you with the below.
— Tasting Table

—White Tablecloth & Skirting

—2 Chairs + Ice Bucket + Spittoon

—Glasses will be provided to buyers at the show

Few Spots Left!

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS). Visitor registrations are now open. Get Your Visitors Trade Pass Now.

Discover High Quality Wines From Paso Robles by Broken Earth Winery at IBWSS 2017

Broken Earth Winery is a customer-focused team proudly representing Paso Robles & committed to continuing to bolster the high-quality reputation of Paso Robles wines. Broken Earth Winery produces unique wines that are estate grown, harvested & bottled in Paso Robles.


Rancho Tierra Rejada, Spanish for “land of worked earth,” is the original name of the 2,500 acre Paso Robles ranch that is now home to the vineyards of Broken Earth Winery. Their unique wines reflect winemaker Chris Cameron’s committed & passionate approach to all aspects of winemaking. Structure & balance are most critical; each varietal released is an accurate reflection of the style & the region.

Broken Earth Winery remains committed to sustainable ideals, Their goal is to respect the land and its treasures with the belief that the soil will give its best only if it ‘feels’ its best, so attention to the earth’s health is critical.

Broken Earth Winery Wines

The wines of Broken Earth are made to accurately portray varietal definition, purity of fruit and balance. The palate must appear “seamless” and where more complex wines are intended, they must allow the layers of complexity to continually emerge as you familiarize yourself with the wine.


“Bright” is a term often used by the winemaking team to describe the wines as they show clarity of flavor with balancing acidity, essential for pairing with food. Each wine is an honest portrayal of the distinct characteristics of each variety, whether they be tiny parcels of hand selected fruit or larger, more complex blends.

Broken Earth Winery Vineyards

Rancho Tierra Rejada, Spanish for “land of worked earth,” is the original name of the 2,500 acre Paso Robles ranch that is now home to the vineyards that produce Broken Earth Wines. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, grain and cattle were the primary commodities here. It was a land of pioneer families, vaqueros, banditos, and cattle barons such as the Miller & Lux Cattle Company. Paso Robles defined the real and true west before 1900. That pioneer spirit lives on today at Broken Earth Winery.

Visionary Herman Schwartz purchased the property in 1973 and planted 520 acres to grapevines. Schwartz was an innovative grower with a keen interest in sustaining the environment and promoting Paso Robles as a high-quality wine grape growing region. He embraced sustainable farming techniques as they were first coming on to the scene in the early 1980s.

With the same eye toward the future, he eventually realized the need to upgrade the vineyard, replanting between 1995 and 1998, carefully choosing plant material appropriate to each site in the vineyard. The ranch was sold to the current owners in 2006, who remain committed to sustaining the environment by implementing technologically advanced farming methods.

The Vineyard is a model for growing first-quality Paso Robles wine grapes in an eco-friendly manner.


The Vineyard, previously known as “Continental Vineyards” at Rancho Tierra Rejada was established in 1973 as one of the first large-scale producers in the area. It is currently planted to 712.97 acres of premium wine grapes including Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Chardonnay and other popular varieties. The Vineyard team has remained innovative and adaptable to sustainable farming techniques and practices over these 30+ years. They work hand-in-glove with their customers, tailoring farming techniques to suit each winemaking project.

Moving forward, Broken Earth Winery remains committed to sustainable ideals, and to continuing to bolster the high-quality reputation of Paso Robles wines. The Vineyard is located approximately 13 miles east of downtown Paso Robles, just north of Hwy 46E, in the area known as the Estrella Bench.

Private Label Wines

Broken Earth Winery’s in-house design team will work with you to create the perfect label.
Each design is tailored to fit your vision and then applied to their wonderful wines.

Their custom wine label service allows individuals, corporations, golf clubs, among others, to create their own unique custom wine labels. Personalized wine makes a beautiful, unique gift perfect for special occasions such as weddings, anniversaries, birthday celebrations and as corporate gifts.

Broken Earth Winery Team


Chris Cameron – EVP/Director of Winemaking

Chris Cameron is an International winemaker with a dynamic career in the wine industry that spans over 30 vintages. He has a committed and passionate approach to all aspects of winemaking.

Chris has been making wine in the Paso Robles wine growing area for the last four vintages and is very excited about what the area can do viticulturally, in being able to ripen both Bordeaux and Rhone varietals. In addition, Chris has significant crush and winemaking experience in Australia, Italy, France and Turkey.

He achieved international success by winning “The Best Merlot Worldwide” at the International Wine and Spirit Competition in London in addition to receiving recognition with many highly respected publications. His Australian credits include winning, among many others, their industry’s most prestigious wine award, the “Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy”.

Elise Herrera – Sales & Marketing Coordinator

Elise is a graduate of San Diego State University with her Bachelor’s in Psychology. She decided she was really bored with research statistics and wanted to enter the world of alcohol in 2013. She worked with Southern Wine and Spirits in a handful of roles before joining the Broken Earth Family in 2016 as the Sales and Marketing Coordinator.

Elise’s primary function is to work with their Distributor partners and ensure that their wine is being poured and on shelves all over the country.

Her favorite things about coming to work every day at Broken Earth Winery are the freedom she has to be creative in her role and the new experiences she is constantly introduced to.  She respects their winemakers continued determination to think and work outside the box and to create amazing wines with an underlying focus on sustainability.

Kate Hauber – Designer & Brand Coordinator

According to Kate, the beauty of this winery as well as the surrounding vistas and vineyards make a perfect backdrop to creating for Broken Earth’s Private Label Program. Kate takes pride in introducing herself as the Designer & Brand Coordinator and is here to help create private labels for you: everything from special occasion labels, corporate labels for your business, proposal & wedding private labels, to creating your own personalized wine brand.

Born and raised in San Luis Obispo, Kate grew up watching the vineyards in the county develop & flourish. In 2012, she graduated from Cal Poly and then lived in San Diego, cultivating her talents as a freelance graphic designer and feeding her interest in sustainable agriculture by volunteering at CSA farms and working at farmer’s markets, both in San Diego and eventually back in SLO county.

Joshua Pehle – Production Manager

Upon his studies at the University of Missouri in 2001, Joshua chose to begin his career with wine where all wine begins, in the vineyard.  There he fell in love with the art of grape growing and experienced firsthand the hard work and long hours one endures to grow exceptional vines.

After making the transition from vineyard work to the winery Joshua worked harvest at New Zealand’s Yealand Estate, apprenticed for Australia’s West Cape Howe Winery, and served internships in Napa Valley at the highly acclaimed Domaine Carneros and Silver Oak Cellars, as well as California’s very first commercial winery, Buena Vista.

Landing his first role as Enologist with Broken Earth in 2014, he’s become quite comfortable at the winery and is thrilled to be working alongside with a talented winemaker like Chris Cameron and the rest of the Broken Earth production team.

Aannie Bowsky – Marketing Assistant

Annie has been a California girl her entire life but has found her true home here on the Central Coast.

She grew up in Orange County then moved to San Francisco to live and go to college. After several visits to Paso Robles she discovered her passion for wine and enjoyed the laid back lifestyle – The deal was done.

Although she didn’t know much about wine at the time she was able to use her marketing and customer service background to get a foot in the wine industry. She has since worked at various wineries throughout the area trying to learn all aspects of the business and is happy to now have a home at Broken Earth Winery.

Meet and Explore Broken Earth Winery at IBWS Show. The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) is an annual trade show and conference which will give wineries, importers, supermarkets, retailers, restaurants, distilleries and other buyers a premier international platform to source bulk wine and spirits and meet private label suppliers. Book now and save on exhibitor rates.

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS). Visitor registrations are now open. Get Your Visitors Trade Pass Now.

Explore Wide Range of Award Winning Wines by Kingston Estate Wines at IBWSS 2017

Kingston Estate Vineyards


Kingston Estate Vineyards is one of Australia’s largest grape growers they own an extensive portfolio of vineyards in a diverse range of regions across South Australia and Victoria, ranging from dry grown cool climate to inland irrigated.

Kingston Mount Benson (Limestone Coast)


Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Merlot, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc

Situated at stone’s throw from Wright’s Bay, their vineyard enjoys a maritime climate to such an extent it must be protected by a network of bushes and trees. With undulating Terra Rosa soil and cooling summer sea breezes, wines from this vineyard display signature lifted aromatics and spice.

The Kingston Vineyard (Riverland)


Petit Verdot, Merlot, Cabernet Franc

Located directly opposite the winery, this was the first broad acre vineyard that they planted their selves. Pioneering Petit Verdot as a variety uniquely suited to the Riverland’s extended hot and dry growing season, their Kingston vineyard boasts the largest single planting of this classic variety in the Southern Hemisphere.

Kingston Paringa (Riverland)


Shiraz, Chardonnay, Cabernet, Sauvignon Blanc

Located north of the village of Paringa, this scenic vineyard is easily recognisable for its long rows of tall poplar trees which line the southern boundary. Situated high over the river Murray (which flows past less than a kilometre away), the vineyard has a good aspect and is the home to many of their single vineyard programs, including very high quality Sauvignon Blanc.

Kingston Kangara (Riverland)


Shiraz, Colombard, Pinot Noir, Viognier

Across the Murray river from the wildlife filled Murtho Forest Reserve, this is their largest vineyard and due to the rich soil is home to their most vigorous vines. It has plantings of a range of varieties including their vibrant (single vineyard) Pinot Noir, as well as a good number of aromatic whites.

Kingstone Estate Winery

They make and mature all their wine at their state of the art winery in the township of Kingston on Murray, located in the centre of the Riverland wine region of South Australia.


The winery was built in 1985 on the corner of the family property next to their original vineyard as well as the family home.

Today the winery can be considered two wineries in one: the original winery and the modern extension.

The original winery is where they make their small batch super premium wines giving them the flexibility and control to develop parcels of wine into exciting styles that truly reflect the varieties and regions from which they come.


State of the art tanks and winemaking equipment enhance their ability to produce commercial and larger volume bulk wines to the highest standard.

Their efficient and sophisticated winemaking operations allow them to make wine styles at all quality levels to the specific needs of their diverse global customers.

As a winery with top tier BRC compliance and a storage capacity of 104 million litres (equivalent to 140 million bottles of wine), all of their wine is made and matured on site until dispatched to market.

Kingston Estate Bulk Wine Services



Their winery is proudly located in the heart of the Riverland wine region – which in total supplies around 25% of all of Australia’s grapes. It is spoiled with abundant sunshine, a consistent ripening period and a reputation for full bodied wines that display intense colour along with vibrant fruit flavours. Home to many of Australia’s largest brands, they source a high proportion of their grapes from this great region.


Shiraz, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Colombard, Viognier, Petit Verdot, Traminer, Merlot, Cabernet Franc

Limestone Coast


A macro region that includes the Coonawarra, Mt Benson, Wrattonbully and Padthaway wine regions. Offering ripe fruit characters in a distinct cool climate style, the delicate wines from the Limestone Coast offer regionality and vintage consistency – making the wines from this region some of their fastest growing exports.


Chardonnay, Merlot, Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc

South Eastern Australia


Predominantly sourced from their home region of the Riverland in South Australia, these wines are the backbone to many Australian wine ranges around the world. Displaying vibrant colour, bright and obvious fruit as well as soft tannins, they are the clear choice for everyday drinking wines, especially due to the wide range of styles and varietals available.


Shiraz, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Colombard, Viognier, Petit Verdot, Traminer, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Durif, Mourvedre, Sangiovese

Kingston Estate Wines People


Bill Moularadellis

Managing Director

After graduating from Roseworthy with a winemaking degree in 1985, Bill was intent on setting up his own winery, which he did on his parent’s Riverland vineyard property that same year.

Bill’s winemaking skills and business acumen ensured the winery enjoyed steady growth throughout the 1980s and then when Australian wine began to grow in popularity overseas, Kingston Estate was well placed to help satisfy this new demand, with Bill jumping on a plane numerous times a year to visit key export markets.

He continues to run the winery as Managing Director and oversees winemaking as Chief Winemaker.

Bill is a past executive committee member of the South Australian Wine Industry Association, past Chairman and board member of the Riverland Wine Industry Development Council, past member of the Business Advisory Board to the Reserve Bank of Australia as well as a past non-executive board member of Wine Australia.

Bill is married to Ivanka and they have three beautiful daughters, the ‘Mo Sisters.’

Nina & Steve Moularadellis


Nina (short for Constantina) and Steve (Australian for Sarantos) both emigrated from Greece to Australia as young adults, seeking a better life in the ‘lucky country.’ They met while picking fruit in the Riverland region of South Australia, where they had both chosen to settle.

When they could afford it, they bought their own block of land on which they gradually planted fruit orchards as well as a vineyard. Nina and Steve had three children, two sons and a daughter; today they have seven grand children and both are still actively working at the winery.

Ivanka Moularadellis

Commercial Trading Manager

Born and bred in the Riverland, Ivanka started her working career with the Riverland Development Corporation and then moved to Adelaide in 1990 to undertake a Bachelor of Arts degree and a role as the Events Manager for the Lord Mayor of Adelaide. This was followed by a role as Sister Cities Program Manager for the City of Adelaide.

In 1999, Ivanka moved back to the Riverland and married Bill Moularadellis. They now have three girls Lauren, Victoria and Emma who can be regularly spotted around the family winery.

It was at that time that Ivanka started working in the family wine business in various roles including domestic sales management, export wine sales and human resources. Ivanka is now actively involved in Kingston’s leadership and commercial trading team and represents the Riverland Wine Industry Development Council on the South Australian Wine Industry Association Executive Committee

Bob Wiseman

Production and Compliance Manager

Bob graduated from Uni with an Applied Science Degree and started work with Berri Coop Winery (later to be Hardys and Constellation). Technical management opportunities led to an industry switch to the fruit juice industry and the subsequent 19 years working for Berri Ltd allowed him to gain experience in a number of roles including technical, manufacturing/production management and manufacturing software implementation.

A change of lifestyle was called for in the late 90’s with children requiring a father not to be interstate 2 weeks in 4 and so Bob left Berri Ltd for some consulting with some other management acquaintances. An opportunity came up to work with Bill in December 2000 when the short notice resignation of the incumbent Production Manager left a hole to be filled with weeks before the 2001 vintage. What started as a casual opportunity to help out for a few years has turned into a real career commitment. Bob has a high level of synergy with the Kingston Estate management philosophy and team.

Bob prides himself on providing a level of calmness and management professionalism which will stand Kingston Estate in good stead for the winery growth and development plans for the future.

Meet and Explore Kingston Estate Wines at IBWS Show. The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) is an annual trade show and conference which will give wineries, importers, supermarkets, retailers, restaurants, distilleries and other buyers a premier international platform to source bulk wine and spirits and meet private label suppliers. Book now and save on exhibitor rates.

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS). Visitor registrations are now open. Get Your Visitors Trade Pass Now.

Postmodern Winemaking

Clark Smith is an MIT dropout who worked wine retail in the 70s. He has been making wine since 1976.  After two degrees from Davis and a decade of modern winemaking at R.H. Phillips, he realized that he made very tasty modern whites and terrible reds. He spent the 90s exploring French winemaking under Pascal Ribereau Gayon and Patrick Ducournau while also introducing winemaking innovations such as reverse osmosis, micro-oxygenation and barrel alternatives to the U.S.  In 2008 he sold Vinovation and took over the editorship of and published Postmodern Winemaking in 2013, Wine and Spirits magazine’s Book of the Year.  His Fundamentals of Modern Wine Chemistry, an enology degree in a weekend, has graduated 4,000 winemakers since 1986.  His principal interests today are to support the technical and marketing competence of wineries in emerging regions and to heal the bad marriage between winemakers and wine lovers by reestablishing a spirit of openness, authentic dialogue, and mutual respect.


About IBWSS Workshop:

IBWSS Workshops are a new concept for bulk wine and bulk spirit importers, distributors, and private label wine manufacturers to get information and insights from experts in a highly-personalized workshop-style class. There will be 6 workshops planned between two days. Get expert advice from people in the know. Some topics include ‘Postmodern Wine-Making’ by Clark Smith, ‘Bulk spirits – opportunities for adding value to a blank slate’ by Steve Burch, ‘They want what?? Practical responses to demands for Certificates of Analysis in International Trade’ by Gordon Burns and much more.

Time & Venue :

San Francisco Conference Center, 255 S Airport Blvd, South San Francisco, California, on July 26 at 12:00 pm – 01:00 pm.

Grab your IBWSS Workshop passes and learn more from Clark Smith about Postmodern Winemaking.

Postmodern Winemaking

IBWSS Expands In Europe With London As a Host City

Beverage Trade Network is pleased to announce the launch of the International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show in London on 24 & 25 January, 2018.

The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) is an annual trade show and conference, open to trade professionals only, and is set to take place at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London, UK.

IBWSS exhibitors are wineries and distilleries looking to sell bulk wine and spirits, producers and negociants who offer contract manufacturing / private label programs and wineries / distilleries / importers who have one time excess stock to clear. IBWSS buyers are other wineries and distilleries looking to meet their demand, Importers, Retailers and Distributors looking for private label programs and negociants who are looking to meet growers and producers.

IBWSS London will give supermarkets, retailers, restaurants, wineries, distilleries and other buyers a premiere international platform to source bulk wine and spirits and meet private label suppliers.

In addition to a wide range of programs running throughout the fair, the trade show will also feature a business conference dedicated to the private label and bulk wine and spirit business. With in-depth market studies and instructional seminars from some of the industry`s biggest names, the central part of the conference`s remit is to encourage sustainable growth and profitability in the bulk wine and spirit sector.

IBWSS buyers are wineries and distilleries looking to meet their demand, importers, retailers and distributors looking for private label programs, and brokers and negociants who are looking to meet new growers and producers.

“The bulk segment holds the largest market share in the wine and spirits industry,” said Sid Patel, CEO of Beverage Trade Network.  “Bulk trading is an age-old trade between producers, but we are now seeing the business take on a very impressive position across the industry. The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show in London aims to give the bulk trade a truly dynamic trading platform where buyers can confidently conduct business with the world’s most reputable suppliers.”

As one of the leading private label and bulk wine and spirits markets in the western world, London is positioned perfectly for the fair. The UK has long developed the bulk trade and is home to many bulk traders servicing the globe.

With the launch of IBWSS London, international bulk suppliers from some of the world`s most important markets will have unprecedented access to the European market.

Pre-Registrations for The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show are now open to domestic and international suppliers.

Exhibitors can register their interest here:

IBWSS will email a discount code to pre-registered suppliers for the biggest discount for exhibitor pricing when registrations open on April 1. For more information about visiting or exhibiting at the fair, please contact Malvika Patel,, phone +1 855 481 1112 (USA).

About Beverage Trade Network: Beverage Trade Network (BTN) is a leading online marketing and B2B networking platform servicing suppliers, buyers and beverage professionals in the global beverage industry. BTN provides a selection of sourcing solutions for importers and distributors as well as an extensive range of marketing and distribution services for international suppliers. BTN also runs a line-up of B2B trade shows around the world. For more information about BTN, please visit

Date : 24-25 January, 2018

Venue : The Royal Horticultural Hall, London, UK

IBWS Show 2018 Pre Registration Now Open, Register Here to Get the Lowest Pricing Discount Code on the Launch Day (April 1, 2017)

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show

Meet Ancient Lake Wine Company at IBWSS

Ancient Lake Wine Company

Ancient Lake Wine CompanyAncient Lake Wine Company is a custom-designed facility built to preserve the quality of the grapes. The processing starts with a gentle belt driven receiving system feeding state of the art Bucher presses.

These presses, utilizing the “Organ” system, use fewer pressing cycles to extract optimum juice yields without excessive pressures that will release unwanted phenolic characteristics. From there, juice is sent to their stainless steel tanks, which are all individually insulated creating a micro-climate for each lot of wine produced, allowing them to apply specific techniques (native or non-native fermentations, variable fermentation temperature control, etc.) to each tank.

Additionally, optimum yields are desirable for most of their customers, so they installed a ceramic plated high solids cross-flow filter to capture close to 95% of the product, which protects any non-desirable characteristics that all Diatomaceous Earth filters introduce to the wine. Because of these systems, they are able to provide all customers uniquely sophisticated, vineyard specific, high quality, high yield wines that will be sure to meet and exceed all expectations.

List of services offered by Ancient Lake Wine company –

  • Bulk Wine
  • Custom Crushing
  • Press & Go/Pressing
  • Custom Winemaking
  • Wine Storage
  • Bottling

Ancient Lake Wine CompanyThey are taking  natural products in its prime, and helping it show its maximum potential through the art of winemaking to reach their clients’ goals.  They have a strong passion in allowing the grapes to speak for themselves through the wine, helping consumers identify the region they were grown and the different characteristics each site’s terroir promotes.

In their pursuit for excellence and their client’s success, they take many educated risks to help reach an optimum flavor profile for each block of grapes they process, narrowing down winemaking techniques that are uniquely desirable.  Hence, culminating a structurally balanced, terroir expressive wine which all wine enthusiasts are sure to never forget.

Meet and Explore Ancient Lake Wine Company’s services at IBWS Show. The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) is an annual trade show and conference which will give wineries, importers, supermarkets, retailers, restaurants, distilleries and other buyers a premiere international platform to source bulk wine and spirits and meet private label suppliers. Book now and save on exhibitor rates 

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) Visitor registrations are now open. Get Your Visitors Trade Pass Now. 


Meet Winegrapes Australia at IBWS Show

Winegrapes AustraliaWinegrapes Australia is dedicated to marketing and selling premium wine grapes and bulk wine parcels from the most recognized regions across South Australia, direct from our extensive network of growers.

Established in 1992, when a small group of McLaren Vale growers came together over a shared passion for wine, the Winegrapes Australia collective now includes more than 105 growers across 12 regions, 2,200 hectares of vineyard and 900 individual blocks of fruit—including certified organic and biodynamic grapes.

The business has grown to include a large number of growers from across South Australia, with an expanded offering of both grape varieties and wines. Wholly owned by growers, Winegrapes is dedicated to producing some of Australia’s finest grapes, and now, exceptional wines tailor made to your requirements.

Winegrapes Australia

Based in the world renowned region of McLaren Vale in South Australia, Winegrapes Australia continues to be a solution driven business and has become a single credible resource for the supply of grapes, wine and related professional services.

On both domestic and international platforms, Winegrapes Australia has an extensive portfolio of wine resources and remains committed to providing its partners with value, sustainability and leadership in a highly competitive marketplace.

Supplied to your Requirements – 

Winegrapes Australia can supply grapes to your requirements from estate-grown single vineyards through to sub-regional options to provide diversity for blending. And if you’re looking for a particular variety or region, they can source it for you.

Winegrapes Australia can also supply bottle ready wines direct to you for packaging, or produce a finished bottle product to your specification, right through to a fully branded package, ready for retail.

Winegrapes AustraliaFor all your winemaking needs, meet Winegrapes Australia at the IBWS Show in San Francisco, California. The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) is an annual trade show and conference which will give wineries, importers, supermarkets, retailers, restaurants, distilleries and other buyers a premiere international platform to source bulk wine and spirits and meet private label suppliers. Book now and save on exhibitor rates 

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) Visitor registrations are now open. Get Your Visitors Trade Pass Now. 


Bulk Wine Shipping Companies

After a successful grape harvest, wine producers around the world have to analyze all the possible logistics of transportation alternatives to export their products overseas. Wine can be either bottled at the winery of source, or sent abroad in a bulk tank for its subsequent packaging. At first this might sound like an easy task, but in reality there are many aspects to be taken into account. This article presents the shipping companies which handle logistics of bulk wine.

Here we list out five major Bulk Wine Shipping Companies
JF Hillebrand USA

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Headquartered in Rahway, New Jersey, JF Hillebrand USA handles both domestic and international import and export beverage logistics involving over 90 countries worldwide.  JF Hillebrand USA also has branch offices in the heart of California wine country (Napa) and in Hollywood, Florida (near Miami) serving the US, Caribbean and Central American markets. When transporting beverages, companies around the world have come to rely on the logistics services of JF Hillebrand. Combining expert staff, specialist knowledge and market-leading technologies, they offer a complete logistics management solution to a range of customers across the globe.

TIBA Group

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Flexitanks are the ideal option for ocean transportation of bulk wine. TIBA has a specialized division for the transportation of bulk liquids, which has extensive knowledge and experience in the use of flexitanks. A major concern for both exporters and importers is oxygen exposure during transportation, which could affect the quality of the wine causing it to “degrade”. For this reason, TIBA uses flexitanks that are designed specifically for bulk transportation of wine.


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Kan-Haul has been a leader in establishing the procedures for clean and safe transportation of liquid food products in bulk liquid tankers for close to 30 years. Industry standards governing the type of liquid food grade products suitable or compatible as previous load transported by a tanker have been made possible by the joint cooperation of shipper, receiver, and bulk food carrier. Kan-Haul has played an instrumental part in supporting and implementing usage of these standards. Kan- Haul is proud of these improvements and proud to be leading the industry in liquid food shipping.

Vintage Road Haulage

Bulk Wine Shipping

Vintage Road Haulage is a family-owned business based in Wattleup, near the naval base, south of Perth. They began operations in 1994 as a bulk wine transport company, serving the rapidly growing quality wine-producing regions of WA. Vintage Road Haulage is a transport and distribution solution for the enormous range of haulage needs in the growing state of WA. They serve the wine industry with our invaluable local and industry knowledge.



The ZIEGLER Company has always been involved in wine and spirits transportation, a specific activity sector which needs a particular expertise. Their services cover the whole of the wine and spirits supply chain, from specialized warehousing and storage of finished goods, to international freight transportation, as well as imports, customs clearance and distribution. Located in the wine growing region of Bordeaux, Ziegler France. Founded in 1908 in Brussels by Mr. Arthur Joseph Ziegler, ZIEGLER quickly developed to offer quality services in the field of transport and logistics.

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) Visitor registrations are now open. Get Your Visitors Trade Pass Now. 


Top Five Tips for Bulk Wine Sales

Bulk Wine Sales

From sample prepping and customer service to picking the right trade partners, successfully selling bulk wine on the spot market is a comprehensive business.  Specializing your services, marketing your product and building a long standing stales network are all part of your overall business plan, but how can you ensure you getting the best deal?

BTN interviews Steve Fredericks, CEO of Turrentine Brokerage, and has identified some best practices for getting the most out of your bulk wine for sale.

These five tips are applicable to companies that specialize in bulk production and sales to companies selling bulk wine on the spot market once every few years.

1. Think Customer Service.

Even in the bulk market, the party exchanging cash for product is a customer.  When you are just getting rid of excess inventory, buyers still need to feel they are working with a company that is professional and easy to deal with.  This may sound obvious, but few wineries apply marketing principles to wines for sale in bulk.   If you treat that bulk buyer like a real customer, pretty soon you’ll have more such customers bidding for your products, producing better prices and faster turnover.

2. Don’t Neglect It; Improve It.

Offer the best wine you possibly can.  Don’t just grab a sample from the tank.  Work with it, adjust the acid, enhance the color, clean it up, make it taste better, make it look better. Try to make lab blends that taste better than the components.  Consider sacrificing a little of your better wines in order to upgrade bulk lots.  This may be counter-intuitive, but the quality of the wine you offer in bulk will dramatically affect the quantity of dollars you get back.  Within this past year we have sold California appellation Cabernet Sauvignon for as low as $5 per gallon and as high as $10 per gallon.  We have sold Napa Valley Cabernet as high as $50 per gallon and as low as $20.  It pays to present the best blends possible.

3. Get the Wine Ready First.

There are early buyers most years and it is good to get your wines ready quickly for these buyers.  Even more importantly, never send out a sample of a wine you would not be willing to purchase yourself.  While sellers diminish defects in their own minds, buyers magnify them. Remember that the winemaker on the other end is – justifiably – suspicious.  He does not want to purchase someone else’s problem.  If one of his own wines should exhibit a little H2S, for example, he is not concerned. He knows the history of his wine and is confident it will clean up.  But if a bulk sample shows the same amount of H2S, he wonders whether someone else has already tried – and failed to clean up the wine. In fact, that might be the reason the seller is trying to offload what is otherwise a pretty good wine.  He may end up purchasing another wine he does not like as well, in other respects, but which seems safer.  The bottom line is: make extra efforts to be sure your wine is showing well – even to a suspicious buyer – before you send out that sample.

4. Prepare Samples that Sell.

It is a shame to lose a sale just because of a bad sample, but it happens all the time.  Some knowledgeable and responsible person must make sure that the sample is properly drawn and accurately represents the wine.  The sample should be clearly labeled with all of the relevant information (percentage varietal, vintage and appellation, gallons available, how stored, tank and lot number, asking price, broker information, date sample drawn, and analysis if available – Alcohol, Total Acid, pH and VA).  Samples should be sent quickly, when requested.  If the sample is going directly to a potential buyer, inform your brokers or any other partners by e-mail or phone as soon as the sample has been sent to facilitate fast, efficient follow-up.

5. Pick the Best Partners.

Finally, the most important element of selling wines in bulk is picking the right partners.  You must pick the right broker to present your wines, mediate any questions or problems and negotiate and document a sale.  If you are offering high quality wines, you will want to have a broker known for selling high premium bulk. It’s also important to ensure the partners you choose will be able to help you plan for profit around wine business cycles.

Tim HanniThis article is contributed by Steve Fredericks, CEO of Turrentine Brokerage. Steve Fredricks joined Turrentine Brokerage in 1991 as a bulk wine broker. Over the years he has established himself as an expert in the sales of bulk wine and grapes, understanding market cycles, and building long term relationships.

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Contract Winemaking Suppliers

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Are you looking for contract Winemaking Suppliers? Here is a list of some of the leading contract winemaking suppliers globally.

Rack & Riddle (USA):Contract Winemaking Supplier When wine industry veterans Rebecca Faust and Bruce Lundquist first set out to establish Rack & Riddle Winery, they envisioned a leading-edge facility using premium vineyards to produce wine in the heart of the North Coast wine country. But not long into planning, their goals stretched to include a still and sparkling custom crush facility for custom crush clientele, as well as for the Rack & Riddle wine brand. Bringing together six winemakers on staff, including the sought-after skills of winemaker Penny Gadd-Coster, Rack & Riddle specializes in processes that take an incredible amount of labor, time and equipment, but that result in superior wine.Faust and Lundquist harness a combined expertise of over 40 years to create a niche in the marketplace.

It’s no small feat to make sparkling wine in the traditional méthode Champenoise. As such, most wineries don’t attempt it. Rack & Riddle unlocks the ability to create outstanding, award-winning sparkling wines for a host of brands.From small boutique wineries to large multi-national wine producers and everyone in between, Rack & Riddle provides unparalleled custom crush and winemaking services to all of our partners. We ensure our custom crush clients receive exactly what is needed, from an all-inclusive “grape to glass” experience, or by simply assisting with existing winemaking and production needs. Read more at Rack & Riddle website.

  • LCW (Australia):

LCW_contract_winemaking2,000 tonnes. That’s the number of grapes they process each vintage, offering their customers flexibility in production volumes, styles and wine varieties. Their large crop allows them to easily produce wine for the bulk buyer.

From little things, big things grow. They were built to produce premium wines in small batches, and in doing so have built a facility of considerable size. This flexibility allows them to switch between boutique and large-scale production, managing any stage of the wine process – from sourcing the fruit, to bottling the finished product.

15,000 barrels. Six million bottles. That’s the number tone-acre acre sized barrel hall can hold. With these facilities, they can offer flexible and tailored contract winemaking services to local growers, producers, and corporate partners. Read more at LCW website

  • Winegrapes Australia (Australia)

Winegrapes Australiawinegrapes_australia was established in 1992 by a community of like minded growers and wineries, focused on quality whilst striving to lead and innovate in an exciting, dynamic and competitive wine industry. Today, Winegrapes Australia represents a membership base of approximately 3,000 hectares of quality vineyards from a diverse regional and varietal portfolio.

Based in the world renowned region of McLaren Vale in South Australia, Winegrapes Australia continues to be a solution driven business and has become a single credible resource for the supply of grapes, wine and related professional services.

On both domestic and international platforms, Winegrapes Australia has an extensive portfolio of wine resources and remains committed to providing its partners with value, sustainability and leadership in a highly competitive marketplace.

  • Sonoma Wine Co: (USA)

Sonoma Wine CompanyWith six modern bottling lines at Sonoma Wine Company, they have the flexibility and capacity to suit nearly any volume bottling. Whether labeling a small private label project or contracting a 20,000 case per day run, they can handle your program with experience and precision that we can deliver on time.

  • Delicato Family Vineyards (USA)

Delicato Family Vineyards is one of the fastest growing wine companies in the world, celebrating 90+ years of California winemaking and grape growing heritage. Family-owned and operated since the company’s founding in 1924, three generations of Indelicato family have fostered the winery’s commitment to innovation, quality and environmental stewardship – cornerstones that have harnessed the family’s long-term focus and solidified the winery as an internationally recognized leader in the industry.

  • Alivisa (Spain)

AlviAlvisa was founded in 1969 by Garvey Group. In 1984, Alcoholes y Vinos, S.A. was acquired by the world famous Japanese group Suntory. Traditional distillation methods have been combined with modern innovative technologies to achieve the best quality of the final product. Our emblematics  French Charentais alembics distill soft and complex brandies as Alvisa XO.

In 2006, Alcoholes y Vinos, S.A. (Alvisa Spirits) became part of Alvisa Group. Careful selection of raw material wines for distillation is a key point to quality and quantity. In 2014, Alvisa has finished the acquisition of Altizia neighboring winery, renamed Alvisa Wines with production capability up to 40ML of wine materials per year (tanks and barrels).

  • Lutzville Vineyards (South Africa): In 1963, Lutzville winery was born. From this time, Lutzville has continued to grow and produce elegant, honest, fruit forward, easy drinking wines from South Africa’s West Coast. Although the landscape has changed, the quintessential West Coast character remains the same. From the moment you open and enjoy a bottle of Lutzville, you will experience the warmth, purity and pioneering spirit of the West Coast. Venture off the beaten track and discover Lutzville wines.
  • Cantine Italia (Italy)

Contract_Winemaking_Suppliers_italyA 100% Italian winery that comes from a history and experience arising from throughout the country. The best Italian wines are produced every day by our experts, thanks to the joint work of winegrowers, winemakers and other figures involved from the land to the winery.

High quality and great wines are therefore synonymous with convivial moments of great taste, happiness and harmony.

Their wines are the result of careful selections that took place over the course of years of improvements but respecting the variety tradition. Obviously they contained their choice to the most popular wines, the most successful ones or where they get more consensus, in any case, their list is constantly updated and every year they add new products. website and their sales executives are available for further information.

  • Agajanian Vineyards (USA)

agajanian_vineyardsThey are a full service winegrape merchant working with wineries to locate, procure, and inspect winegrapes from all over California. They work with growers to market and sell their wine grapes. Click below to see what grapes they have available now.

Let Agajanian Vineyards assist you in finding exceptional values on premium bulk wine. Our mission is to provide quality grapes, grape juice and premium bulk wine to their clients.

  • Peltier Winery (USA)

Peltier Winerypeltier-winery is an innovative, cutting edge winery and custom crush facility.Their mission is to produce and create outstanding wines from their sustainably farmed, certified green, estate grown vineyards.Their passion is to enhance good food with exceptional wine and share this experience with everyone. Whether it be in their Tasting Room (Now Open Daily!), domestically or globally, they want all to know their passion for wine, food, family and friends. So they invite you to taste the passion and experience the lifestyle that is Peltier Winery.

  • Mamerto de la Vara (Spain)

contract_winemaking_spain Winemaking SuppliersIn our 75 year history, Mamero de la Vara has been adapting to the market and the changing needs of our customers.

They have a production capacity over 3,500,000 lts. They have a cold stabilization plant with a daily capacity of 4 million BTU and a storage capacity of more than 125,000 liters in stainless steel deposits.Their facilities include filtration and microfiltration systems and a bottling plant, with an automated Bag in Box packaging line.

Their plant has been designed down to the smallest detail, in order to work efficiently and functionally, without losing sight of the artisan´s tradition. Only in this way can They supply each customer with the kind of wine that he/she needs in the most suitable format.

  • Growers Wine Group (Australia)

Growers Wine Group Winemaking SuppliersGrowers Wine Group is a business consortium of four local Riverland wine growers. The winery is strategically positioned on the eastern perimeter in the key grape growing region of the Riverland, South Australia.

Growers Wine Group provides every step of the Winemaking process from crush and ferment through to wine ready for bottling, including pre-vintage grape analysis, laboratory services and wine management for both domestic and international wine sales.


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