Wine-Buyers.com offers private collectors an easy, safe, and world-class experience to selling their prized wines.
Wine-Buyers.com, a rare- and fine-wine liquidator company, which has been buying wine online since 2007, is expanding and has just launched a new web site with the ambitious goal to transition over from broker to full retail wine seller within the next 6 months.
The company based in North Carolina currently has an impeccably maintained 7000-bottle storage facility, featuring great wines from the top wine regions across the globe and is opening a sales division in the State of California.
“Wine business is constantly evolving, and the consumer market demands flexibility and adaptability,” says one of the owners, Ryan Chaland. “We offer nothing less than unparalleled professionalism to wine sellers who want to sell their private collections to us. We’ve been able to cultivate excellence by investing in and nurturing long-term strategic partnerships with major retailers, wine brokers for hotels, restaurants, and resorts.
Wine-Buyers.com is interested in buying selected wines from Burgundy, Bordeaux, the United States, and Italy, and anyone wanting to sell wine online that matches the selection and the required conditions can simply follow 3 easy steps to get professional evaluation of their wines.
How to sell wine online is not the only information the web site offers. Visitors have the opportunity to immerse themselves in wine culture and traditions from past centuries, learn about the most famous wine producers in different regions of the world, how natural conditions and cultivation of the land gives certain characteristics, personality, and value of the wine produced in that region.
“We hope that Wine-Buyers.com inspire visitors to raise a glass in celebration of one of the finest gifts nature has given to us—the wide variety of grapes and the fact that we can enjoy rare and distinct wines some of which can be stored and preserved for the generations to come,” shares Chaland, whose growing up in San Francisco, CA, was greatly influenced by his French father and chef for many years, Michel Chaland from Saint-Étienne, who was also an executive chef in the early 80s at the famous San Francisco Restaurant Maxwell’s Plum.
Chaland still remembers his first encounter with the world of French wine and fine dining in Aix-en-Provence, South of France, a place of wealth, where people look good and enjoy life. One of his favorite memories as a kid visiting France was spending time in Chateauneuf-du-Pape in the Rhone region, as his grandmother lived in the small town of Vaucluse which is only a stones throw away from the vineyards of Chateauneuf-du-Pape. Growing up, he visited many famous wineries in France: Chateau Petrus, Chateau Lafleur, Chateau Lafite-Rothschild, Chateau Mouton Rothschild and Chateau Margaux.
Just like the right soil, climate conditions, and people’s accumulated experience help produce the perfect wine, Chaland’s travel, memorable experiences, and apprenticeships in the French wine country naturally shaped his career as a wine broker. His immense knowledge of the wine market and trends, ability to build solid business relationships, and passion for what he does has made him an expert in his field.
“On an average year,” estimates Chaland, “I would purchase between 20,000-40,000 bottles of wine, most of which is sourced for major retailers, restaurants, hotels, and private individuals. In my personal collection, I have roughly 5,000 bottles of wine, including a decent quantity of original wood cases of Bordeaux, dating back to the 50s and 60s. My most prized possession is 3 Magnum Bottles of the famed 1945 Chateau Mouton Rothschild, which were purchased from a private collector in Massachusetts, who was the original owner since the bottles arrived in the country over 70 years ago!”
About Wine-Buyers.com. Ryan Chaland is a wine buyer of some of the most expensive wines in the world, including the most expensive champagnes. To get your fine and rare wines appraised, visit our web site and submit your list of wines.