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General Posted by manchego on 08/22/2002 at 12:59 PST in General
Last Reader Comment on 02/13/2012 at 09:37 PST

I am doing some homework in regards to my dream of importing some very unique wines to the USA from Spain. Is there anyone who can offer information (including websites) on: 1. import laws for California - federal and state 2. where to look for transportation / transport issues 3. import licenses 4. books / publications on this matter 5. anything else?? Thanks for whatever information you can offer! I have looked over this site and seen some information that will be useful, but there really is so precious little out there in way of this type of information... I have exclusive rights for several wine producers for the USA, but i really have so much work to get to before bringing in the first shipments. Thanks, Andrew :wq

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  Joe C. 01/15/2003 at 14:55 PST [Reply]

Has anyone come up with any info? I am trying to do the same for some wine from Italy. Please forward any info.
Thanx

     


 
  ted 01/05/2004 at 12:55 PST [Reply]

I am looking into the same idea importing into the midwest and SW of the US.

Wines from Italy, around the Carrerra area.

You need to go to each individual states Commerce Commission. There is tons of paper work and license fees. That's what turns a 5.00 Euro bottle of wine into a 19.00 us.

Ted

          


 
  ianjames 11/08/2008 at 19:43 PST [Reply]

Hi Ted, Im looking to make a go at importing small vineyard wines from Northern Italy and a small venture. I'm curious how its going for you. I am always looking to share info and ideas. Thanks, Ian

          


 
  ianjames 11/08/2008 at 19:43 PST [Reply]

Hi Ted, Im looking to make a go at importing small vineyard wines from Northern Italy and a small venture. I'm curious how its going for you. I am always looking to share info and ideas. Thanks, Ian

          


 
  sofi 09/03/2009 at 13:51 PST [Reply]

I am interested to import Argentina wines into California, can you let me know the first steps? Thank you!

          


 
  roche 01/22/2010 at 00:40 PST [Reply]

Hello,
If you are interested by importing French wines to USA, I can be your contact in France. I know many vineyards and selected wine growers in many areas, as you probably know that french vineyards are often characterised by a territory. So it is not very easy, but many wines are so interesting.
I'm also involved in organic and biodynamic wines.

               


 
  ipalx 02/11/2011 at 08:57 PST [Reply]

I am interested in importing wines from France. Contact me so that we can discuss. [email protected]

                    


 
  fredmanriquez 02/13/2012 at 09:35 PST [Reply]

I am interested in exporting from Chile. Let me know if you are interested.

Thank you

     


 
  lorca73 01/31/2004 at 05:34 PST [Reply]

I'm looking to do the same here in NYC. Is this the kind of thing the little guy could get into, especially in the market in New York? Is the an association for wine importing?

          


 
  ianjames 11/08/2008 at 19:52 PST [Reply]

Hi Lorca73, I am looking to import from Northern Italy to NYC and West Palm Beach. If you are interested in comparing, sharing info or arranging to share future import fees it might be to both our interests. I am at the very start of my venture and hope to have somehting moving within six to 12 months. If you are interest, let me know. Thank you, Ian Schnirman

          


 
  gaucho 11/22/2008 at 07:21 PST [Reply]

i'm in ur same situation wanting to import from uruguay if u have news email me at [email protected] i'll do the same

               


 
  sofi 09/03/2009 at 13:56 PST [Reply]

hi gaucho. how are you in the process of importing? I want to do the same with wines from Argentina. Are u wiiling to share the process?

               


 
  calpe 10/21/2010 at 12:10 PST [Reply]

Hello, did you get info on importing from Uruguay? are you doing it now? i'm setting up a company & getting licenses etc. to import from my home town in spain (alicante) & looking for some pointers

          


 
  patrickwey 02/21/2010 at 18:46 PST [Reply]

I am also wanting to do something similiar in NYC and California with some Black Currant Products from Canada. SO i am just connecting to assist each other.

     


 
  A. Antonio 09/08/2005 at 14:44 PST [Reply]

Dear sir:
If you go to my website I can offer you our spanish wines. For import information I suggest you go to the Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Alcohol, tobacco and Firearms online. our website: http:www.barondevillacampa.com

     


 
  Don 12/02/2005 at 09:30 PST [Reply]

U.S. Customs releases and advice can be obtained from a licensed Customs house broker. The company I work for is in Hawthorne, California by LAX but we can
clear shipments in all 50 states.
The charge for service is usually under $200.00 Plus delivery charges if requested.

Thank you,
Don Rasmussen


          


 
  don 12/02/2005 at 09:33 PST [Reply]

Email Address for Customs House Broker:
[email protected]

               


 
  Cherry 02/22/2006 at 20:23 PST [Reply]

We are trying to send NZ wine into several States to people who have purchased while on holiday in NZ. Don, can you help?

          


 
  nancy williams 01/11/2006 at 06:48 PST [Reply]

Don - my husband and I were recently in South Africa and were going to ship a pallet of 20 cases of wine back to Houston - for us - not to sell. Everything was arranged except for the fact we couldn't find someone with a import license back in Houston to help us. Is this something your company would handle??

many thanks,
Nancy Williams

     


 
  eastbiz 08/16/2011 at 21:36 PST [Reply]

I am getting wine import license at this momemt for my shipping company. If someone is interested in working with us let us know. We are interested in bringing different wines to U.S.A. or help with export from U.S.A. to anywhere.

          


 
  eastbiz 08/16/2011 at 21:37 PST [Reply]

I forgot to list my email [email protected]

               


 
  fredmanriquez 02/13/2012 at 09:37 PST [Reply]

I am interested in exporting from Chile. Let me know if you are interested.

Thank you


 
  Henry 02/05/2003 at 08:03 PST [Reply]

I am South-African and living in New York.My friends and I are busy gathering info on importing wine from SA. Mail me and maybe we can help each other

     


 
  Paul 07/23/2003 at 19:21 PST [Reply]

Henry - I import SA wines now to FL. lets compare notes

          


 
  Olivia Cloete 08/05/2003 at 01:10 PST [Reply]

I live in Cape Town ,South Africa and currently looking at exporting wines to Germany.Could anybody please help me with some info on SA export policies and German import policies.Any info is much appreciated.

               


 
  Don Kruger 01/20/2004 at 00:44 PST [Reply]

love the pinotage from SA, what are you exporting?

          


 
  john miller 11/12/2003 at 18:10 PST [Reply]

Please email me...I would love to discuss...

          


 
  Ben A Snyman 11/24/2003 at 10:26 PST [Reply]

We want to get into Florida but under our company name - Wines International Inc. we also have a contact with Disney World and some good ideas in this regard. Would you be interested?

               


 
  Neel Patel 12/02/2003 at 15:33 PST [Reply]

Ben,

I would like to talk to you. Please email me.


               


 
  Kristi Shalla 12/30/2003 at 11:57 PST [Reply]

Dear Ben,

We are working with a vinyard in Spain, D.O. Manchuela, and we are looking at the possibility of importing the wine into the US. We would like to know what the US regulations are and such.

                    


 
  Don Kruger 01/20/2004 at 00:53 PST [Reply]

Kristi
I would be interested to learn more about your Spainish wine. I import into Japan

                         


 
  Erik 03/02/2004 at 02:59 PST [Reply]

Don,

I see you intend to, or already import wines into Japan. If so, I'd be interested to find out more. I represent a company with a big range of Spanish wines and sherries.

                         


 
  diego gomez 04/28/2005 at 10:39 PST [Reply]

dear sir:

i´m manufacturer of wines from spain, i have office in chicago and i found importers of spainsh wines in usa i like talk with you please send me your mail to my mail

                              


 
  Lee Robbins 05/07/2006 at 09:42 PST [Reply]

To Diego Gomez

I would like to speak with you in Chicago on your Spanish wines .
Me gusta vino tinto / rioja - crianza y reserva .

Lee R Robbins

                              


 
  Lee Robbins 05/07/2006 at 15:35 PST [Reply]

Hola Diego Gomez

my e-mail : [email protected]
I would like to discuss some import ideas with you . Mi gusta vino Rioja / crianza y reserva y mucho mas .

Gracias , Lee R Robbins

                         


 
  Justin 02/12/2006 at 07:08 PST [Reply]

Hi,

I have been in contact with a sake company in Japan that would like to start distributing in the U.S. Do you know how I could become a licensed importer in New York for such an undertaking?

Do you have any other info that may be helpful in this process?

Thanks,
Justin

                              


 
  Don 02/12/2006 at 17:30 PST [Reply]

Justin-
might be hard to get into NY.
When you get set up, I can introduce a few Sake producers and help with shipping from this side.
Good Luck
Don

                              


 
  max 04/25/2006 at 12:05 PST [Reply]

Who is interested in direct deliveries of a Moldavian wine from Moldova under the good prices

                                   


 
  jessica 04/25/2006 at 22:51 PST [Reply]

I am looking at several mondovan wineries...anyone in particular you are talking about?

                         


 
  george 04/28/2006 at 10:34 PST [Reply]

Kristi o Don Kruger

we offer to export spanish wines directly from the producer, wine cooperative, would you be interested?

Also we are very interested in Japanase market

Let me have your comments

Regards
George

                         


 
  orc 08/14/2006 at 16:57 PST [Reply]

Dear Don Kruger:
If you are interested in Spanish wine (and also French wines) please let me know.
Regards.
ORC.

                         


 
  bihorlove 04/13/2011 at 18:48 PST [Reply]

Hello.
I know that this post is really old, but just want to let you know.
My name is Alexey. We are working with a vineyards in Spain and France. We are looking at the possibility of importing the wine to the Japan.
Please contact me if you are interesting.
[email protected]

Thank you.

                    


 
  quintanas 03/05/2004 at 03:39 PST [Reply]

We have a Cellar in Spain, we have high quality wines Joven(Young wine), Crianza, Reserva and Gran Reserva, from D.O. Ribera del Duero. We are interested in contacting importers or wholesalers from any country.

                         


 
  Ryan 04/24/2004 at 10:33 PST [Reply]

i am looing to import spanish wines into the midwest. please contact me if you are interested.

ryan

                              


 
  orc 08/14/2006 at 17:13 PST [Reply]

Dear Ryan:
If you are interested in Spanish wine (and also French wines) please let me know.
Regards.
ORC.

                         


 
  Fabian Rincon 01/13/2006 at 13:00 PST [Reply]

Srs. estoy interasado en importar vinos de españa para mi rest./bar de vinos y tapas. Favor enviar lista de vinos disponibles con su respectiva lista de precios. Muchas gracias.
Fabian Rincon

                              


 
  A, Antonio 03/01/2006 at 13:54 PST [Reply]

Por favor visite nuestra web, tenemos vinos de la Rioja Alta España con una alta relacion calidad-precio.
Please visit our website, we have a wine range from the world famous Rioja Alta Spain with an excellent quality-price ratio.

                              


 
  A, Antonio 03/01/2006 at 13:56 PST [Reply]

Por favor visite nuestra web, tenemos vinos de la Rioja Alta España con una alta relacion calidad-precio.
Please visit our website, we have a wine range from the world famous Rioja Alta Spain with an excellent quality-price ratio.

          


 
  Ben A Snyman 11/24/2003 at 10:26 PST [Reply]

We want to get into Florida but under our company name - Wines International Inc. we also have a contact with Disney World and some good ideas in this regard. Would you be interested?

               


 
  Jimmy 10/04/2004 at 16:38 PST [Reply]

Ben A Snyman --- Let's talk A.S.A.P. !!!

Jimmy

                    


 
  sergey 03/11/2009 at 12:48 PST [Reply]

Hi Jimmy,

I see your messages on one the website and I am interested to import wine product or vodka (perhaps) from Republic Of Georgia. It does not exist in the US for now but it covers UK region.
I do not have any import or other license and it does take a long time to get it. Basically I am starting from scratch. I will appreciate any responds back with the respect off any suggestions, guidance or any assistance

Best regards,

Sergey


          


 
  Lou V 11/24/2003 at 10:26 PST [Reply]

Paul

I am trying to import SA wines to CA. How did you get started? Are there any web or literature that can help me down the path to getting started?

Lou V

          


 
  John 01/27/2004 at 08:06 PST [Reply]

Do you use a distributor in Florida? Who did you get licensure forms from in Florida? I appreciate any info. Thanks.

          


 
  Shaun 12/27/2005 at 06:57 PST [Reply]

I am an ex South African living in New York. I have connections to restaraunts and clubs in New York , interested in South African wines. I have both wholesale and retail sales experience in the liquor industry back in South Africa. Please contact me via email.


Sicerely

Shaun

               


 
  Heather 01/16/2006 at 20:47 PST [Reply]

Shaun,
I am currently living in Southern California and am very interested in learning all the "ins and outs" of importing wine from SA. I am not South-African by birth, but spent most of my life there (permanent-resident) and have dreamed of running a successful South-African wine import company, not only for the possibility of profit but also for the prospect of pouring money into South Afica's economy. If you have the time, please shoot me an email...with any info you can spare- I would greatly appreciate it!!!-Heather

          


 
  timmywines 02/24/2008 at 20:52 PST [Reply]

What kind of wines to you import?

          


 
  corneevh 03/25/2009 at 03:15 PST [Reply]

Hi Henry

Are you still importing SA wines to the States, if so..I would like to come in contact with you.

I'm working for Amani Vineyards and we are looking for a connection in the states.

Kind Regards
Corne van Heerden

          


 
  corneevh 03/25/2009 at 03:15 PST [Reply]

Hi Henry

Are you still importing SA wines to the States, if so..I would like to come in contact with you.

I'm working for Amani Vineyards and we are looking for a connection in the states.

Kind Regards
Corne van Heerden

     


 
  Frans 08/16/2003 at 05:10 PST [Reply]

Our company, Imbongi Wines, was the first Black/White joint venture in the SA wine industry and has won an award for our Cape Afrika wines in the UK in 1996. We have just released the fantastic IMBONGI labels - Imbongi is the praise singer in African culture. The labels & wine is sophisticated and we are looking for US based importers.

Advise.

          


 
  Ben A Snyman 11/24/2003 at 10:21 PST [Reply]

We are two brothers that have set up an USA based wine import company in the US, MI; and have obtained a lisence to import wine into the USA and specificallly the State of Michigan. We have also gone through the process of registering brands and labels in the US. We are in the process of importing a wine under our own label but are looking for a quality wine with a very specific and sophisticated african brand. Please contact us should you be interested.

               


 
  Nick Dantu 11/30/2003 at 13:28 PST [Reply]

Hi Ben...I am from South Africa but live in the USA. I am looking for an importing company to import South African wine. Would you be interested. I basically need some one to handle the logistics.
Look forward to hearing from you

Regards
Nick

                    


 
  Jimmy 10/04/2004 at 16:42 PST [Reply]

Nick Dantu --- Let's talk A.S.A.P. !!!

Jimmy

                    


 
  Ben Snyman 10/12/2004 at 10:39 PST [Reply]

Hi Nick,

I only got a notification now. Yes we would be interested and can handle the logistics. Please e-mail me at [email protected] or go to our website: www.wines-international.com

Regards

Ben

               


 
  stan 04/28/2004 at 12:34 PST [Reply]

Ben-

I would like to speak to you could you email me?

                    


 
  Ben Snyman 10/12/2004 at 10:50 PST [Reply]

Hi Stan,

I only got a notification now. If you are still interested please e-mail me at [email protected] or go to our website: www.wines-international.com

               


 
  Adél 03/08/2006 at 10:40 PST [Reply]

Hallo Ben,

I have good quality South African red wine . I want to sell it in bulk. Looking forward to hear from you.

               


 
  orc 08/14/2006 at 17:16 PST [Reply]

Dear Ben:
If you are interested in Spanish wine (and also French wines) please let me know.
Regards.
ORC.

               


 
  languedocwine 05/18/2008 at 11:02 PST [Reply]

Hello Ben A Snyman

I represent arround 15 South of France hand made labels and am looking for import them in USA. Are you interested on French wines?
Best regards

          


 
  Jimmy 10/04/2004 at 16:39 PST [Reply]

Frans --- Let's talk !!!

     


 
  Lou V 11/24/2003 at 10:16 PST [Reply]

Henry

I am also looking into importing some wines from South Africa to CA. I am just beginging my research. Have you found any interesting net sources or literature? If you email me, as I progress I would be pleased to share information with you.

Lou V

          


 
  Ben A Snyman 11/24/2003 at 10:35 PST [Reply]

Lou V

Please contact us and we can come to some agreement that you can use our lisence and just register a lisence for CA. We will assist you. It took us 18 months to obtain our lisence.

               


 
  MARY 03/21/2004 at 06:32 PST [Reply]

HI
I WAS WONDERING IF YOU CAN GIVE ME SOME INFO. ON LIQUOR LISENCE. I LIVE IN OCALA FLORIDA, IT'S A SMALL COUNTRY COUNTY, AND FROM WHAT I UNDERSTAND YOU HAVE TO HAVE A HEARING. (AND THEY DENIE EVERYONE). THIS TOWN DOSEN'T WANT ANYTHING HERE BUT OLD PEOPLE, WHO ARE RETIRED. CAN YOU HELP ME? ALSO CAN YOU JUST BUY ONE FROM SOMEONE. THANK YOU
MARY

                    


 
  Jimmy 10/04/2004 at 16:46 PST [Reply]

Mary --- We can help you, just email me.
Look forward to talking soon!!!

Jimmy

                         


 
  trojan4693 06/28/2008 at 21:58 PST [Reply]

are you still able to assist in importing wines? I am interested in importing a liquor and a wine from central america into the US starting with Florida. Thanks
Troy

               


 
  Nick 08/18/2004 at 14:22 PST [Reply]

Ben,

I work with someone who has the exclusive license to import fine wines from Austria into the U.S. We would be interested in finding out more about the type of arrangement you have suggested. Please contact me. Thanks.

                    


 
  Ben Snyman 10/14/2004 at 10:55 PST [Reply]

I only got a notification now. If you are still interested please e-mail me directly at [email protected] or go to our website: www.wines-international.com

               


 
  DAMIEN SEYMOUR 05/03/2006 at 07:06 PST [Reply]

Hi Ben.we want to import and distribute some european wines into USA selling in N.Y.and California,
canyou tell me what kind of arrangement that you want for us to be able to use your license
regards
Damien

               


 
  patrickwey 02/21/2010 at 19:10 PST [Reply]

Might you be interested in something similar with myself for some Black Currant products......www.cassisperignon.com
I am the Marketing Director and can be reached at [email protected]
Thanks..patrickwey

          


 
  Jimmy 10/04/2004 at 16:44 PST [Reply]

Lou V --- Let's talk!!!

Jimmy

     


 
  Don Kruger 01/20/2004 at 00:41 PST [Reply]

I live in Japan and am putting together an import wine bizz here. I love the SA pinotage. curious as to what wines you want to export from SA

          


 
  don 02/12/2004 at 15:20 PST [Reply]

need to delet the old posts that nobody has reply'd to?

          


 
  ian 03/01/2004 at 16:31 PST [Reply]

i represent 2 australian vineyards and would like to know if you are interested in south eastern australian wines?

               


 
  uncorked 07/09/2005 at 15:24 PST [Reply]

Ian-
I will be transitioning to a new a career towards the end of the year. One of my "dreams" is to become an importer of Oz wines. I live in oregon and at this point know nothing abput what it would take to become an importer but Australia is where my love of wines has its heart. Let's dialogue.

Mike

          


 
  Ben Snyman 10/12/2004 at 10:56 PST [Reply]

We have a great well priced Pinotage for you if you are still interested please e-mail me at [email protected] or go to our website: www.wines-international.com

               


 
  Don Kruger 10/12/2004 at 20:40 PST [Reply]

yest still interested. I`m back in Napa for the next 3 weeks and then to Seattle and then back here (Japan).
Please e-mail me directly with your info.
Thanks
Don

                    


 
  Ben Snyman 10/14/2004 at 11:00 PST [Reply]

Hi Don, I do not have your direct e-mail address so if you could contact me directly on [email protected] I will respond immediately. Also let me know a bit more about the volume you are interested in. As we have not exported to Japan yet I can give you a price FOB Cape Town dependant on volume.

          


 
  Bela Kerekes 01/13/2006 at 01:58 PST [Reply]

Hi Don , I just find your letter right now
and hoping, you`r still in Japan...
My idea is right close to yours, i`d like exporting Wine & Champagne to Japan....but i need there a contact somehow!! I have a good sort of wines from French, Italy, Spain, Germany and have feve top quality Champagne`s too....

If you interested let you contact me

Bela

               


 
  Don Kruger 01/13/2006 at 04:07 PST [Reply]

Bela,
send me an e-mail with your ideas.
Interested to see what you have in the cellar.
Cheers,
Don

     


 
  patrickwey 02/21/2010 at 19:01 PST [Reply]

I am in Canada wanting to import into NY and California and just wanted to connect to possibly help each other. The two products i have is a KIR (blackcurrant and apple cider, %7) and a Cassis liquor( )......my email address is [email protected] me and we can keep in touch...


 
  neeters5 02/12/2003 at 12:22 PST [Reply]

We currently live in Germany and have 300+ wines from Bordeaux, Burgundy, Chianti, etc. in our cellar from trips to the regions. The only thing I have been told (by the company who will do the moving) that the most concerned you have to be is about getting it past the State importation checks. They want their tax money. Other than that, it'S just a matter of greasing a few palms on the European end. If anyone can add information to this post as far as where to go to get more specific info on *legally* importing, it would be most appreciated.

     


 
  Jimmy 10/04/2004 at 16:49 PST [Reply]

Neeters 5 --- We can help you too!!!

Just pop me an email - we could put something together that's benificial for both parties!!!

Jimmy


 
  Nestor Briceno 04/23/2003 at 07:16 PST [Reply]

I am doing some homework in regards to my dream of importing some very unique wines to the USA from Argentina. Is there anyone who can offer information (including websites) on: 1. import laws for Florida - federal and state 2. where to look for transportation / transport issues 3. import licenses 4. books / publications on this matter 5. anything else?? Thanks for whatever information you can offer! I have looked over this site and seen some information that will be useful, but there really is so precious little out there in way of this type of information... I have exclusive rights for several wine producers for the USA, but i really have so much work to get to before bringing in the first shipments. Thanks, Nestor "Thanks Andrew, I need exactly what you have asked in the past"


     


 
  dole 04/23/2003 at 11:42 PST [Reply]

Has anyone tried contacting American Liquor License Exchange ? http://www.amlex.com/


They might know what it takes to at least get an importing license. Beyond that, I'd try talking to local importers and see what they had to do to get into the business.

Bryn

     


 
  Bill 08/16/2003 at 12:01 PST [Reply]

Nestor Briceno:

I am uncertain as to whether or not you will receive this message, however we are currently doing our due diligence as well. I would like to speak to you. Maybe we can share information and/or join forces.

     


 
  Neel Patel 12/02/2003 at 15:35 PST [Reply]

Nestor,

I would like to talk to you about your comment. Please contact me.

     


 
  Neel 12/02/2003 at 15:37 PST [Reply]

I'd like to talk to you about this. Please contact me.

     


 
  fgaribot 12/23/2003 at 13:20 PST [Reply]

Hi Nestor,

I am in the process of being a wine-rep in the State of Texas and I am interested in knowing more about your "unique Argentinean wines".
Maybe we can do something together.

Let me know!
Fg

          


 
  Marco 02/13/2005 at 07:39 PST [Reply]

I am also interested to inform you.
Can I have your email?

     


 
  Jimmy 10/04/2004 at 16:51 PST [Reply]

Nester Briceno --- Let's talk soon!!!

Jimmy

     


 
  Jimmy 10/04/2004 at 16:53 PST [Reply]

Nester Briceno --- Let's talk very, very SOON!!!

Jimmy

     


 
  Mercedes 04/03/2006 at 14:20 PST [Reply]

We export Argentine wine, if you are interested in importing some, please let us know.

          


 
  meaton 03/22/2007 at 10:52 PST [Reply]

Mercedes-

Please contact me about importing your wine. I am in Chicago- thanks.

Matt

          


 
  bossallc 03/26/2007 at 20:10 PST [Reply]

Hello. Bossa LLC imports premium wines into southern California. If you are interested in entering the California market, please feel free to contact us to discuss. Thank you.

[email protected]

               


 
  patrickwey 02/21/2010 at 19:31 PST [Reply]

Hi, I sent an email your way in reference to Black Currant products from Quebec Canada. Hope to hear from you. [email protected]


 
  Frank 06/10/2003 at 09:15 PST [Reply]

I am asking for anyone to post information on the rules and regulations of wine importing from Portugal. Anything relevant is helpful. Thanks


 
  Alexandra Scanlon 09/15/2003 at 18:43 PST [Reply]

I have an importer license from usa.
I am looking for wines from Spain,Argentina or portugal.
Need information.


     


 
  Larry Ivy 09/23/2003 at 14:03 PST [Reply]

Hi,

What did you have to do to obtain an
importer license in the USA? I have
vineyard sources in France, but don't
know how to legally import wines into
the US. This is not planned as a large-scale importing business.

     


 
  Danny Arriagada 12/10/2003 at 21:18 PST [Reply]

Hi, I read your message on this site and I am interested in bringing wine from Chile to New York. I do not have a license and it will take me a long time to get it. Please email me at [email protected] I have serious vendors in Chile who are willing to send a large amount of wine to USA.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.

          


 
  Jimmy 10/04/2004 at 16:59 PST [Reply]

Danny Arriagada --- email me at [email protected] - as we would LOVE to talk to you further!!! We hold EXCLUSIVITY on SEVERAL Wines, Vodkas from Russia, French Cognac's as well as a few Beers!!! We could possibly do something with your EXCLUSIVITY as well!!!

Warm regards,

Jimmy

               


 
  patrickwey 02/21/2010 at 19:37 PST [Reply]

Hi, I also sent you an email about Black Currant Products from Quebec Canada that you might be interested in. Let me [email protected]

     


 
  Jimmy 10/04/2004 at 16:56 PST [Reply]

Alexandra Scanlon, let's talk!!! We can help you, as we have product from all over Europe and elsewhere!!! Beers, Wines, Vodkas, Cognacs and much, much more!!!!

Jimmy

     


 
  Hector Salvo 05/01/2006 at 06:42 PST [Reply]

Alexandra:

I'm a wine producer from Argentina.
I have very fine wines to export.
Currently we are exportong to: Belgium, Netherland, Austria, Luxemburg, Virginia USA, Mexico and other countries. You can visit our page www.fincadoncarlos.com and then contact me directly to my e-mail address.

Thank you and best regards,

Hector E. Salvo

     


 
  arkimports 06/22/2006 at 11:53 PST [Reply]

Could you share with me the steps you went though to get your importing license? I am trying to set up an importing/markting/distribution company for south American Wines. Any and all advice is appreciated!

     


 
  orc 08/14/2006 at 17:25 PST [Reply]

Dear Alexandra:
If you are interested in spanish and French wines please reply me.
Regards.
ORC.


 
  frederik 09/16/2003 at 09:59 PST [Reply]

I would like information on importing wines from South Africa in to the UK.What kind of importers licenses you need,and the tax laws

     


 
  Zuné 02/04/2004 at 09:47 PST [Reply]

Hi I would just like to know if you found anything out on the import of wine from SA. I would like to import wine and are trying to find out what the law are on that.

Hope you can help, and THANKS.

Kind Regards
Zuné


 
  Neil 09/22/2003 at 09:16 PST [Reply]

I would like information on importing wines from France, Italy and spain into the UK for the purpose of resale. What licenses do I require? What taxes are liable, etc.

Neil


 
  Haluco UK 11/05/2003 at 04:53 PST [Reply]

We have some select wines and liquers from southern Spain.
Wines available in 5 litre tapped Boxes and standard corked bottles.
The bottles are also available in either wooden and cardboard presentation boxes.
For more details please contact us.


 
  Haluco UK 11/05/2003 at 04:56 PST [Reply]

We have some select wines and liquers from southern Spain.
Wines available in 5 litre tapped Boxes and standard corked bottles.
The bottles are also available in either wooden and cardboard presentation boxes.
For futher information & details please contact us.


 
  Blake 11/05/2003 at 11:10 PST [Reply]

I am based in California and am setting up a wine import business for South African wines and would like to discuss partnering opportunties. Please let me know if you are interested.

Blake

     


 
  Merideth 02/09/2004 at 12:19 PST [Reply]

Blake,
I am in Southern California and am also looking to get started in the wine import business. I had been focusing my research on Australian wines (due to current popularity and the recent Free Trade agreement between the two countries) but would love to get together and discuss business opportunities. Let me know if you are interested.

Merideth

          


 
  Jimmy 10/04/2004 at 17:04 PST [Reply]

Merideth --- Let's talk briefly, maybe we can put something together that's SOLID!!! Currently we Import Wines, Liquors, Beers, Snack Products, etc. from EU and Russia.

Warm Regards,

Jimmy

               


 
  DIMITRI 01/21/2005 at 11:22 PST [Reply]

Jimmy,
I would like to talk to you about adding Moldavian wine (former Soviet Union) to your list of fine imports. I feel that obtaining a license right now would be a little too extensive for me. I have connections there and would like to take any steps necessary to bring their fine wines and champagnes to the US (California). Thanks for your time. D

                    


 
  dabriney 08/21/2007 at 15:26 PST [Reply]

Please contact me. I have a license to import and wholesale. I would be interested in learning more.

               


 
  George K. 04/09/2006 at 23:23 PST [Reply]

Hi, I have a vendor in Republic of Georgia that is highly interested in exploring US markets, California in particular. I tried looking on the web for info on obtaining "importers license" (whatever that is) but couldn't figure it out. I would like to get some help on this, or use someone else’s services to get the wine imported. Any help is appreciated, thanks!

               


 
  George K. 04/09/2006 at 23:24 PST [Reply]

Hi, I have a vendor in Republic of Georgia that is highly interested in exploring US markets, California in particular. I tried looking on the web for info on obtaining "importers license" (whatever that is) but couldn't figure it out. I would like to get some help on this, or use someone else’s services to get the wine imported. Any help is appreciated, thanks!

          


 
  patrickwey 02/21/2010 at 19:41 PST [Reply]

Could i get you email address to send you some info on Black Currant products from Quebec Canada; a Kir and a Liqour of excellent [email protected]

     


 
  Jimmy 10/04/2004 at 17:02 PST [Reply]

Blake, let's talk real SOON!!!
But we are NOT interested in SA Wines - NOT at all!!!

Jimmy


 
  Gustavo 11/15/2003 at 11:02 PST [Reply]

I am in london, an I am doing a report for the university, about all the process to import wines from argentina. Let me know whatever you know. Thanks

     


 
  Gonzalo Cabral 01/09/2004 at 07:35 PST [Reply]

Gustavo:
I am a wine producer from Argentina trying to introduce my wines in the UK market. I would like to get some of the conclusions of your study if possible.
I look forward to hearing from you.

Gonzalo Cabral
www.andeanwineries.com


 
  <<-noums->> 11/15/2003 at 15:59 PST [Reply]

Hello, Hello,

~noums~ French ((from Saint-Emilion)), wine-rep based in California for 2 years. I would like to know more about importing wine into california...

Here some usefull links.

First step :
http://www.letstalkwine.com/

and :
http://www.slovakwine.com/slovak-wine-process-article1-100302.html
http://www.wino.net/linkpage.cfm?lpage=law

then :
http://www.csa-compliance.com/
http://www.ttb.gov/
http://www.atf.gov/
http://www.fda.gov/

?? http://www.customs.ustreas.gov/xp/cgov/import/ ??


plus :
http://www.nabi-inc.org/about.htm
http://www.wswa.org/public/index.html

wont you mind to share some info ?? :)


 
  Gabriel Zelzman 11/24/2003 at 15:36 PST [Reply]

I offer a 20' container with 12000 (2000 cases) bottles of fine argentinian Cider and/or Champagne Cider, F.O.B price: U$ 0.95 Regular Cider and U$ 2.15 Campagne Cider


 
  Lisa Pittman 01/10/2004 at 17:49 PST [Reply]

I'm getting started to import select wines from Argentina into Texas. Like with the other postings, any information on licensing processing times & procedures, potential pitfalls to avoid, and anything else I should know from those experienced in the business, I'd really appreciate advice. I would also welcome queries from distributors/wholesalers interested in my selection. Thanks! Lisa


 
  PAOLO 01/18/2004 at 03:42 PST [Reply]

AZIENDA AGRICOLA LA BELLANOTTE
FARRA D’ISONZO GORIZIA
www.labellanotte.it

ABBIAMO UNA PICCOLA PRODUZIONE DI PRODOTTI DI QUALITA’ CIRCA 30.000 BOTTIGLIE DIVISE PER DIVERSE TIPOLOGIE !!
SIAMO BEN DISPOSTI PER LA VENDITA SIA IN ITALIA CHE ALL’ESTERO
I TERRENI SONO DIVISI TRA DOC COLLIO E DOC ISONZO
SE INTERESSATI

www.labellanotte.it
[email protected]

cordiali saluti

Paolo Benassi

L’ indirizzo e mail è stato trovato sulla rete ci scusiamo se la ns comunicazione non fosse da voi gradita




AZIENDA AGRICOLA LA BELLANOTTE
FARRA D’ISONZO GORIZIA
www.labellanotte.it

WE HAVE A LITTLE PRODUCTION OF QUALITY, ABOUT 30.000 BOTTLES EACH YEAR OF DIFFERENT TYPE.
THE ESTATES ARE DOC COLLIO, DOC ISONZO.
WE SELL BOTH IN ITALY AND ABROAD.

IF YOU ARE INTRESTED


www.labellanotte.it
[email protected]

cordiali saluti

Paolo Benassi


WE FOUND YOUR EMAIL IN THE WEB, SORRY IF OUR COMUNICATION IS NOT AGREED


 
  Don Kruger 01/20/2004 at 00:59 PST [Reply]

Looking for a Spanish Wine producer/broker/exporter. Priorat especially, however, if you have somthing interesting, reply and we'll talk


 
  Paul Keaeting 01/30/2004 at 05:54 PST [Reply]

I have established an export company in Spain for the US market and am in the process of doing the same for California wines to Spain. I can be reached at [email protected]


 
  Paul Keaeting 01/30/2004 at 05:54 PST [Reply]

I have established an export company in Spain for the US market and am in the process of doing the same for California wines to Spain. I can be reached at [email protected]

     


 
  don 02/12/2004 at 15:35 PST [Reply]

Paul-
I import wine into Japan.
I am looking for a good spanish supplier.
What have you got to offer?
Don

          


 
  A. Antonio 03/01/2006 at 14:07 PST [Reply]

Please check out our website www.barondevillacampa.com we have the wines you are looking for.

Thank you and have a nice day!


 
  Merideth 02/09/2004 at 12:24 PST [Reply]

I am currently looking to begin importing Australian wines into Southern California. I have several potential suppliers once I have all of the logistical and licensing details locked into place. I am looking for anyone interested in potential partnerships in this venue.

     


 
  Mark A. Wells 07/04/2005 at 07:10 PST [Reply]

Hi Merideth,

I have Margaret River wines for export from Australia. Pls call if interested.

Regards,

Mark

     


 
  patrickwey 02/21/2010 at 19:57 PST [Reply]

I am doing something similar with some Black Currant products from Quebec Canada and i can see some possibilities with us..please email me and lets atleast [email protected]


 
  don 02/12/2004 at 15:29 PST [Reply]

Gonzalo-
I import wine into japan. I am interested in tasting. Please e-mail me with more information.
[email protected]
Thank You
Don Kruger


 
  Paolo 03/03/2004 at 04:35 PST [Reply]

I would like information on importing wines from Italy(south of Italy,especially the area around Naples,Campania)into the New York city and Connecticut area. What licenses do I require? What taxes are liable, etc.
Is there anyone who can help me?


 
  Mauricio Viola 03/09/2004 at 12:13 PST [Reply]

Hello,

We have a data base of 2000 wine importers of the world (40 contries)

Contains e-mail, contact person, fax, direction, telephone.

Cost: 80$

Contact us: [email protected]
subject: wine imports

Thanks.

Mauricio Viola
www.busquedas.net


     


 
  mr f perone 05/06/2006 at 03:16 PST [Reply]

DEAR SIR, I DEAL DIRECTLY WITH THE PRODUCERS IN FRANCE WITH WINES, COGNACS ,BEERS ,ETC.WE ARE LOOKING FOR IMPORTERS TO MARKET OUR PRODUCTS WORLDWIDE SINCERELY MR F PERONE


 
  OJK 04/28/2004 at 10:19 PST [Reply]

Gonzalo,

Are you still looking for an importer into the US? My company is currently importing boutique wines from Argentina.

     


 
  G. C. 05/08/2004 at 18:35 PST [Reply]

Thank you for your reply.
We are looking for importers into SOME States. Several other states have already been assigned. Please write to my e-mail address with some more details about where you would be interested in importing.

Best regards,

     


 
  Mauricio Viola 05/24/2004 at 21:06 PST [Reply]

Hello,

Ok. If you like it, we can give you 1000 wine importers.
Send an email for details.

Thanks.

Mauricio Viola
www.busquedas.net



          


 
  perone 05/03/2006 at 10:01 PST [Reply]

DEAR SIR, we are the direct suppliers of fine french wines ,cognacs ,beers ,etc. we deal directly with the producers. we are looking for serious importers to import our products worldwide sincerely mr f [email protected]

          


 
  perone 05/03/2006 at 10:13 PST [Reply]

PLEASE SEND ME YOUR LIST OF IMPORTERS

     


 
  Mauricio Viola 05/24/2004 at 21:07 PST [Reply]

Hello,

Ok. If you like it, we can give you 1000 wine importers.
Send an email for details: [email protected]

Thanks.

Mauricio Viola
www.busquedas.net



     


 
  G. C. 06/03/2004 at 11:16 PST [Reply]

Hello OJK:
I am interested in discussing your e-mail with you. Please call me at 252-289-6266
Best regards.

     


 
  Oswaldo Navarro 11/28/2004 at 11:39 PST [Reply]

I am currently looking into wine importing. I see that you import wine into the U.S. I am looking to get more information on the logistics of the process I would have to go through to import wine from Peru to the U.S.
Can your company help me in anyway with this or tell me a little more about your company.

     


 
  marianovergnaud 08/27/2006 at 07:09 PST [Reply]

Looking for importerer licenced from NY. Any contact?


 
  Jean-Marc 08/15/2004 at 05:28 PST [Reply]

Hello,

I am based in France and have family in Texas. I am looking to start some business exporting French wines or others to Texas.
I would need some help on import procedures in US.
Thanks,

Jean-Marc


 
  Jimmy 10/04/2004 at 16:36 PST [Reply]

Jean-Marc --- Let's talk !!!

     


 
  Dan 09/16/2005 at 05:37 PST [Reply]

Please email me, I have questions regarding wine sales to restaurants.

     


 
  gaucho 11/22/2008 at 08:00 PST [Reply]

JIMMY PLEASE EMAILM ME AT [email protected] I WANT TO IMPORT WINE FROM URUGUAY TO NJ


 
  manchego 10/07/2004 at 16:24 PST [Reply]

Wow! I had forgotten I posted the original message and look how long the thread is now!

A lot has changed for me and my company now. We have our import licensing all completed for the Federal Basic Permit and the California importer's general.

See our website for more info:
http://www.mejiaamerica.com

Can't do it this week, but am going to go over this thread and contact some of you about your status.

Also, you South African wine lovers, check out http://www.goodhopewineco.com
- the nicest guy! Would probably love
to talk to any of you about SA wines.

Ciao!


 
  Paul 10/28/2004 at 22:17 PST [Reply]

I am doing some homework in regards to my dream of importing some very unique wines to the USA from Italy. Is there anyone who can offer information (including websites) on: 1. import laws for Florida - federal and state 2. where to look for transportation / transport issues 3. import licenses 4. books / publications on this matter 5. anything else?? Thanks for whatever information you can offer! I have looked over this site and seen some information that will be useful, but there really is so precious little out there in way of this type of information that all information will help.

Thanks

Paule

     


 
  gabriel 01/27/2005 at 06:33 PST [Reply]

Paul,
Did you ever get any info. I'm trying to do the same thing in California - plus acting as an exporter from italy (I live in Rome).
Did you get any shipping costs for pallets or a freight forwarder?


 
  Conrad 11/04/2004 at 13:52 PST [Reply]

I am a college student studying abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina and I want to start importing Argentine wines to the states. Is there anyone would could help me out and give me some information on the following?
1. import laws for Maryland - federal and state
2. where to look, how much to pay for transportation / transport issues
3. import/distribution licenses

If anyone can help me out, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks a lot.

Conrad

     


 
  sean maurer 12/27/2004 at 13:33 PST [Reply]

Conrad,

How did this turn out? Any luck?

Sean

     


 
  shawn 03/12/2006 at 11:16 PST [Reply]

Conrad...


Did you get any information, working on a paper on the same subject and would appreciate a few links and any informaiton....

thanks


 
  romano 11/08/2004 at 10:31 PST [Reply]

Hello,
I would like to import wine from France to NYC. Any idea of what kind of license/permit do I need? Do I need to be a distributor as well? Can I sell the wine only to distributors/wholesalers?

thanks a lot. Any help is greatly appreciated
romano


 
  manchego 11/10/2004 at 08:53 PST [Reply]

Well, this may be of some help to a few of you:

Under the 21 Ammendment to the Constitution of the United States, individual States are allowed to further define how they wish to handle alcohol law, but of course maintaining the basic mandate of the 21st.

I say all that to encourage you to check with the governing body for alcohol in your State. In AZ it's the Dept of Liquor Licenses and Control. In CA it's the Alcohol Beverage Control. In NV it's thru the Secretary of State. So you are going to have to figure out a.) what the office is called, and b.) what licenses they require.

CA allows an importer to also be a distributor, a 3 tier State, but that is not common to most States. So effectively, in most other States you may only be an importer, who sells to a distributor, who sells to a retailer, who sells to a consumer -- aka, a 4 tier State. You can see how this affects pricing!

Transportation: Find out the name of the service port (ocean port) of the country you want to export from, and see if they have a website. Generally they will offer information on 3rd party shipping solutions. Also, do a search on shipping keywords for the country you want to work out of.

Be prepared to have to jump thru hoops! I cannot stress this enough! You will have to fill out mountains of paperwork, fill it out again because it was not done right in the first place, perhaps hire a consultant, etc... Also, be prepared to WAIT. It's just not possible to hurry the licensing approval process along. The best thing you can do is study the requirements, fill out the paperwork properly, and be sure to have your ducks in a row. Not trying to scare anyone, but that's the reality of it.

Good luck to those of you who want to import!


 
  LisaMarie 02/24/2005 at 11:31 PST [Reply]

Hello - I am working on a research project trying to compare the importation rules and regulations from the US to the UK, but I'm having trouble finding some concrete information - does anyone have any good websites that they can point me to or any information that you might be willing to share? Help would be _really_ appreciated!!!

Thank you!!


 
  LisaMarie 02/24/2005 at 11:33 PST [Reply]

Hello - I am working on a research project trying to compare the importation rules and regulations from the US to the UK, but I'm having trouble finding some concrete information - does anyone have any good websites that they can point me to or any information that you might be willing to share? Help would be _really_ appreciated!!!

Thank you!!


 
  daniel callahan 03/22/2005 at 21:13 PST [Reply]

WE have licences and permits to import and market wine /Spirits from any place in the world to any state or offshore Island Would,be glad to act as a consulant or just be a partner.
WE also export wine and spirits to any
Country ***Currently seeking to sell made and bottled in mexico Blue weber agava Tequila Liters and 1.75

     


 
  Finca Don Carlos S.A. 04/13/2006 at 04:26 PST [Reply]

Dear Mr Callahan,

Thank you for your e-mail throu Finca Don Carlos web mail.

Gregarding your question "Need $24USD FOB the port Pinot in good amounts", please could you be more specific about your question. I need to know
a) If the price you mencioned in the e-mail if by bottle, or by 6 bottles
or 12 bottles case
b) Number of bottles or cases you want
c) Adress for delivering samples

Best Regards,

Hector E. Salvo
54-11-15-5025-7700
[email protected]


 
  daniel callahan 03/22/2005 at 21:24 PST [Reply]

WE have license and permits to import and market wine /Spirits from any place in the world to any state or offshore Island Would,be glad to act as a consulant or just be a partner.
WE also export wine and spirits to any
Country ***Currently seeking to sell made and bottled in mexico Blue weber agava Tequila Liters and 1.75

     


 
  blink 05/04/2006 at 03:12 PST [Reply]

Hi Daniel
we want to import some European wines into the USA NY and California,is there an arrangement we can do
Damien

     


 
  goheels 12/27/2007 at 12:04 PST [Reply]

Hello Daniel,

My associate in South Africa and I have exclusive agencies for three wineries in South Africa and we are seeking to market these wines into the US market. Several of the wines are international award winners and the bottling and packaging is excellent. We can sell bulk, private label or the winery brands.

I would appreciate your contacting me at my e-mail address: [email protected] so we can discuss possibly JVing these wines or possible other directions for this business.

Thanks,

Mitchell


 
  davide 04/06/2005 at 12:18 PST [Reply]

hallo,
i work for a little wine company settled in Puglia, we produce table wine (red, white and rosè)and DOC wines as:
Principe di Sangro,
Spirito Santo (red and White).
LIsa di Sangro.

we are now thinking to get on the american market and we are looking for importers interested in our production.

If you want to know more about us you can find our products at
www.marvik.it/tor/tor.htm


 
  davide 04/06/2005 at 12:21 PST [Reply]

hallo,
i work for a little wine company settled in Puglia, we produce table wine (red, white and rosè)and DOC wines as:
Principe di Sangro,
Spirito Santo (red and White).
LIsa di Sangro.

we are now thinking to get on the american market and we are looking for importers interested in our production.

If you want to know more about us you can find our products at
www.marvik.it/tor/tor.htm


 
  Dan 09/16/2005 at 05:23 PST [Reply]

If someone else imports the wine for you, you still need a license to sell the wine to restaurants, correct? Does anyone know an importer with licenses for Massachusetts or Rhode Island? Is it still profitable to sell wines if someone else imports them for you? Any tips on selling wines to restaurants would be greatly appreciated, drop me an email


 
  Olivier 09/16/2005 at 16:26 PST [Reply]

Hi. I now run a small vineyard in Bordeaux France. I produce Red, DryWhite & sweet wines, that i am currently only selling in France.
I am seeking import overseas but have no experiences & need infos or interested importers.

Email for more info

Olivier

     


 
  blink 05/08/2006 at 01:43 PST [Reply]

Hi OLiver can you contact me,
damien

     


 
  blink 05/08/2006 at 01:44 PST [Reply]

Hi OLiver can you contact me,
damien


 
  Slava Ivanov 10/31/2005 at 01:25 PST [Reply]

Dear Sirs!

The company "Chateau Vartely" SRL is one of large manufacturers of high-quality wines in Moldova.
Our firm searches business partners (importers, distributors).
We shall be glad, if you become representatives of our production.
We wait your answer or the offer on cooperation.

Best regards
Slava Ivanov


For reception of the detailed information:
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel/fax (+373/22) 22-31-90, 21-26-87 Mr. Slava Ivanov


 
  ila 11/04/2005 at 05:50 PST [Reply]

any information to import wine in London from Franch?
thanks


 
  Charly 11/29/2005 at 10:35 PST [Reply]

Hi. I want to import wines, among other gourmet products, from Spain to Pennsylvania.

I'm looking for a partner or somebody with experience about it who could help me in the process.

Any information or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

[email protected]


 
  Viviane 02/21/2006 at 10:30 PST [Reply]

Hi. I am looking to get a wine (boutique) import license to import wines from Europe to NJ, or states adjacent to NJ. If there is anyone that can help me get started I would appreciate it.


 
  Hacy 03/02/2006 at 16:29 PST [Reply]

Hi everyone,
I currently live in California, U.S. and interested exporing Napa wine to China. My partener and I are planing to open a wine tasting bar including a retail store. Could anyone help me to get started? I also want to know about any information of Napa wine company's sheriff at China. I'd appreciate your help.

[email protected]

Hacy


 
  cliff 03/02/2006 at 22:01 PST [Reply]

All,

Sorry to post the same question as everyone, but does anyone have experience in importing wines from Italy?

I am looking to open a small wine and cheese "bar" with retail possibilities and want to know if it is possible to directly import wines or how much of a premium will I pay if I go through a local distributor?

Thanks in advance for any help or comments.

Cliff

     


 
  Sam 03/28/2006 at 17:37 PST [Reply]

I did a business plan to open a wine bar w/ small plates in LA, and I am now setting up an import business of French wines in CA instead. Because of the tier system, you can only import and wholesale, or retail on and off premise, but you cannot be part of more than one of the 3 tier. Same as a wholesaler cannot sell to customers, only to retail on and off premise. You will have to go through a wholesaler, but your margins are huge in the wine bar set up, especially by the glass!

Good luck

Sam


 
  Mike 03/16/2006 at 07:02 PST [Reply]

This is a great site guys. I am a final year MBA student and was surfing around looking for info. on wine export. I am considering doing research on exporting South African wine to Japan. Have you guys any info. that can assist me????

I would really appreciate it.

Thanks


 
  Will Kane 03/20/2006 at 16:12 PST [Reply]

Hello,
I’m looking for a business partner with whom to embark with on a business venture importing wines from Spain, Italy and SA. I do not need information regarding licensing, what I need is someone who is willing to assume half of the financial risk and half of the work load. You don’t need to speak any foreign languages, but you do need to have some funds in order to split all costs of setting up the business. A sales background would be a plus. I have made some contacts in Spain and in Italy already, and I'm sure it would be easy for me to do the same in SA. Thank you.


 
  Will Kane 03/20/2006 at 16:14 PST [Reply]

Hello,
I’m looking for a business partner with whom to embark with on a business venture importing wines from Spain, Italy and SA. I do not need information regarding licensing, what I need is someone who is willing to assume half of the financial risk and half of the work load. You don’t need to speak any foreign languages, but you do need to have some funds in order to split all costs of setting up the business. A sales background would be a plus. I have made some contacts in Spain and in Italy already, and I'm sure it would be easy for me to do the same in SA. Thank you.

     


 
  Mark Robson 04/28/2006 at 14:35 PST [Reply]

Will: what is your contact information, and state of residence? I'm interested in discussing such a joint venture, and you can reach me at [email protected]


 
  Giorgio 03/26/2006 at 06:05 PST [Reply]

Hello Will,
please let me know if you are still intrested.thanks

     


 
  03/26/2006 at 06:12 PST [Reply]



 
  Vladimir Arakelov 04/10/2006 at 13:25 PST [Reply]

Hello,

I'm from Republic of Moldova.
I'm looking for someone to export our moldovan wine, esspecially old collection wine (oldest - 1978)



 
  Finca Don Carlos S.A. 05/01/2006 at 06:59 PST [Reply]

We are a fine wine producers from Argentina.
Currently we are exporting our wines to USA, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg and other countries.
We are looking for importers anywhere to introduce our products.
Please visit our web-page at www.fincadoncarlos.com

Thanks and cordially

Hector E. Salvo


     


 
  arkimports 06/22/2006 at 11:55 PST [Reply]

Hector, Have you found an imported in the US yet? Please email me if you would like to discuss.

     


 
  marianovergnaud 08/27/2006 at 06:45 PST [Reply]

Hola Héctor, mi compañía esta interesada en importar vinos desde argentina para distribuir en la zona centro atlantica d US. Si estan interesados ponganse en contacto conmigo ASAP.

          


 
  hsalvo 08/27/2006 at 16:45 PST [Reply]

Hola Mariano:

Por favor contacteme directamente a mi e-mail personal: [email protected]
o informeme su direccion para poder intercambiar informacion directamente.


gracias y saludos cordiales

Hector Salvo


 
  hes 06/22/2006 at 18:02 PST [Reply]

Currently we are exporting to different importers in the US, but haven't use exclusivity condition in the agreements, consequently I am in condition to discuss with you about.

Please contact me through my personal e-mail address, [email protected]
Thank you.

Hector Salvo

     


 
  cellbrokers 09/14/2006 at 05:53 PST [Reply]

I was looking into these same issues and found a site that should help alot of us out with wine importing and networking:
http://www.winemarketer.com/forums/


 
  karems123 12/04/2007 at 14:01 PST [Reply]

Hi I am looking into the business of importing and distributing wine from the North of Italy into the state of New Jersey, can someone please assist me with what are the steps to get this dream of mine come true
Thank u!
karen


 
  norwin 12/30/2007 at 05:35 PST [Reply]

if you needs remote hands for your wine import from europe you can always give me a mail

[email protected]


 
  22spitech 08/06/2008 at 13:08 PST [Reply]

We have an exclusive rights on some of the best Moldovian Wine and an importing licences.
Let's unite our efforts and work together.Our e-mail: [email protected]
Waiting for your reply.
Eugene.


 
  sergey 03/11/2009 at 12:51 PST [Reply]

I am interested to import wine product or vodka (perhaps) from Republic Of Georgia. It does not exist in the US for now but it covers UK region.
I do not have any import or other license and it does take a long time to get it. Basically I am starting from scratch. I will appreciate any responds back with the respect off any suggestions, guidance or any assistance...



 
  sergey 03/11/2009 at 12:52 PST [Reply]

I am interested to import wine product or vodka (perhaps) from Republic Of Georgia. It does not exist in the US for now but it covers UK region.
I do not have any import or other license and it does take a long time to get it. Basically I am starting from scratch. I will appreciate any responds back with the respect off any suggestions, guidance or any assistance...



 
  patti 01/08/2010 at 06:01 PST [Reply]

I have family in sicily in the wine business and would like to start importing in NJ/NY. I understand the I need a licensed wholesaler/distributor, but do I also need a licensed custom broker?....I need help!! Also if you could recommend a name of a reputable company (companies) I need ti hire.
Thank you and happy new year to all. You can send me an e-mail at:
[email protected]


 
  patti 01/08/2010 at 06:03 PST [Reply]

I have family in sicily in the wine business and would like to start importing in NJ/NY. I understand the I need a licensed wholesaler/distributor, but do I also need a licensed custom broker?....I need help!! Also if you could recommend a name of a reputable company (companies) I need to hire.
Thank you and happy new year to all. You can send me an e-mail at:
[email protected]


 
  patti 01/08/2010 at 06:05 PST [Reply]

I have family in sicily in the wine business and would like to start importing in NJ/NY. I understand the I need a licensed wholesaler/distributor, but do I also need a licensed custom broker?....I need help!! Also if you could recommend a name of a reputable company (companies) I need to hire.
Thank you and happy new year to all. You can send me an e-mail at:
[email protected]


 
  patti 01/08/2010 at 06:09 PST [Reply]

I have family in sicily in the wine business and would like to start importing in NJ/NY. I understand the I need a licensed wholesaler/distributor, but do I also need a licensed custom broker?....I need help!! Also if you could recommend a name of a reputable company (companies) I need to hire.
Thank you and happy new year to all. You can send me an e-mail at:
[email protected]

     


 
  mark007 03/06/2011 at 21:31 PST [Reply]

Hello patti, I have friends in Italy that make fantastic wine, and they would like to export it to California through me. So I guess I need to figure out how to import wine now. Have you made any progress, in the last year? I am completely new at this, and would appreciate any info, from anyone. Thanks


 
  patrickwey 02/21/2010 at 20:26 PST [Reply]

I represent Ferme Pérignon a company in the Eastern Townships of Quebec Canada that grows and produces Blackcurrant products. We would like to introduce our 'Kir Massawippi' a masceration of blackcurrants in a high quality apple cider of 7% alcohol and also our 'Cassius' a blackcurrant liquor that is 20% alcohol.
We sell 60,000 bottles a year of the 'Kir Massawippi' here in Quebec.
We are interested in the Us market predominately California and NY State but may be interested in other States also.
If there is anyone interested in any buisness possibilities please contack [email protected]


 
  bodegasdemayo 03/02/2010 at 19:28 PST [Reply]

Hello,

I am in the final stages of negotiating the purchase of an Argentinian vineyard and winery. Currently the winery is producing 5 labels: Syrah, Malbec, Chardonnay, Cabernet, and certified organic Cabernet. I am interested in making contact with importers from the US specifically WA,NY,CA,IL, Canada, Asia, and Europe. I am an American with basic knowledge of the US market but looking forward to building long standing business relationships and inviting future importers to my boutique hotel to tour the winery and vineyard. Any and all advice and help is very much appreciated!

Regards,

Ryan Hall-Allen
[email protected]


 
  georg 09/28/2011 at 05:05 PST [Reply]

Hello,

I'm representing some wine growers from the southwest of germany. the offer are wines fom riesling, pinots to trollinger/lemberger and some very rare specialities of sparkling wines. Also I'm happy to offer e very smoothy kind of grappa from gewurztraminer.

Are here interested people who want to import this wine and sparkling wines into the USA?

I'm looking forward to hear from you.

Best regards
Georg

Mail: [email protected]

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