Often when you visit a winery, it's not an intimate experience. As areas like Napa Valley become more popular, more tour buses filled with masses drop of wine enthusiasts at thee vineyards. These wineries get crowded, especially on the weekend.
Going to a jam-packed winery isn't everyone's idea of fun.
Anthony Poston and his wife Gabrielle, the wine-lovers behind the company, were inspired by European wineries and the more intimate experience they offer.
"It's only recently European wineries entered the tourist business. For generations, the wineries were not set up to attract tour buses or long chains of drop-in travelers coming to taste and ask questions. Mostly, you needed an appointment to visit. The Postons discovered that the function of most wineries "over there" was to give the visitor personal attention—a unique experience," write "Forbes."
Poston's company caters to Millennials and the Gen-X population. His research has found that 78% of Millennials prefer an experience over a product.Read More