16 Tweetable Direct to Consumer Wine Sales Tips

Do you want to sell more wine? Well of Course you do! In this blog we have compiled a handful of great wine sales nuggets so short that you can even tweet them.  Grow you direct to consumer sales in under 140 characters.

nice lady smiling with brown hair wearing a headset calling

Calling Your Customers

[bctt tweet=”Giving Customers a call can increase your #winesales by 25%”]

[bctt tweet=”Calling your customers during dinner time is a good thing because they’re probably drinking wine and need more!”]

[bctt tweet=”Call your customers 3 times, if they don’t answer the third time–that’s when you leave a message”]

[bctt tweet=”Calling is all about building relationships and showing you care. Selling comes after.”]

[bctt tweet=”Calling helps you keep you database clean and saves you lots of time and hassle!”]

Survey taking pen glasses customer service

Improving Customer Service

[bctt tweet=”Sharing a story over the phone will make your customers feel like they are apart of your winery’s family #dtcwine”]

[bctt tweet=”Call customers to update credit card info for your wine club to keep shipments rolling.”]

[bctt tweet=”Follow up on a club shipment and make sure a customer received their wine.”]

[bctt tweet=”Taking the time to update credit card info will help reduce declines with wine club shipments.”]

[bctt tweet=”Listening skills are underrated, customers like their voice to be heard. #dtcwine”]

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Improving Sales

[bctt tweet=”Want to sell more wine? Ask more questions to get the customer talking! #dtcwine”]

[bctt tweet=”Don’t freeze up after an objection, use it as an opportunity to learn more about the customer #dtcwine”]

[bctt tweet=”Wine makes a great gift, remind customers of this when the holidays are approaching!”]

[bctt tweet=”Offering mixed cases gives people a variety!”]

[bctt tweet=”Big bottles make a great centerpiece for holiday parties. Offer magnums during the holidays!”]

[bctt tweet=”Eliminate a mystery shipping cost and go flat rate! Customers will be more likely to buy.”]

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