Grow Your Direct to Consumer Wine Sales
Let me introduce myself. My name is Jean Yates and I founded Oregon Wine Marketing to help wineries build their direct to consumer sales by making the right marketing and technology choices.
For 26 years I sold Oregon wine from my shop Avalon Wine and published over 200 related articles on my website avalonwine.com. Avalon helped dozens of wineries launch their wines into the national market and sold millions of dollars of Oregon wine direct to consumers via website, email, and social media.
Oregon Wine Marketing will help you grow direct sales, find and retain loyal customers, and build your brand. We use the methods proven to work and partner with technology experts to help you as ongoing consultants or on a project by project basis. Let us eliminate the guesswork and help you sell more wine.
- Doug Tunnell, Owner and Winemaker
Brick House Wine Company
- Amy Wesselman
Executive Director International Pinot Noir celebration
Owner, Winemaker Westrey Wine Company
I consider Jean to be a colleague, service provider and partner. She has been a great supporter of all our brands and promoted our wines with integrity. Historically she has also offered great advice regarding our internet presence, e commerce and our brand image.
– James Cahill
Winemaker at Soter Vineyards
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My good friend and talented lawyer Judy Parker wrote this for me last week. We are concerned that Oregon wineries might get into trouble by treating their tasting room employees like they are wait people (tipped servers) and fall […]
My good friend and talented lawyer Judy Parker wrote this for me last week. We are concerned that Oregon wineries might get into trouble by treating their tasting room employees like they are wait […]
In seven categories, Oregon wine beats out California, says a Linfield College survey.
The seven categories are:
Hand crafted artisan wines
Organic or sustainably made
Small family farms
Value for price
In contrast, California scored higher than Oregon for:
Mass produced […]
A major media program, the Travel Oregon Seven Wonders Campaign, was just announced. While they don’t list Oregon wine country as one of the wonders (!!) you can use the advertising and resources of […]