Wine buyers’ needs are simple: good wine at a fair price, an easy buying process, inexpensive shipping, and a guarantee. Big Hammer Wines challenges competitors promises like Wine.com
Big Hammer Wines vs Wine.com: Guaranteed Lowest
Price Select Wines Sale Launched
Most wine sellers tell potential customers they can fill those needs. Big
Hammer Wines challenges retailers' promises with the launch of the
Guaranteed Lowest Price Select Wines Sale.
Greg Martellotto, the owner, explains, "We're welcoming savvy
wine drinkers who have grown tired of insipid, mass-produced,
monochromatic wines that are available at every grocery and
liquor store across the country.
These wines are distributed by the same half dozen or so distributors
who operate an oligopoly in the middle tier." Big Hammer Wines excels
at selling wine at $20 that stands up to wines double in price, besting
what companies like Wine.com offer.
Most wines sold on
BigHammerWines.com have 90
ratings, versus Wine.com that
carries many unrated wines.
Because they trade only in fine wine,
leaving lesser wine to the Big-Box
players, wine lovers get better wine
for their money.
Big Hammer Wines developed a unique selection system that
weeds out inferior wines.
Big Hammer Wines advantage
versus Wine.com is its unusual
The staff includes wine experts and
professionals with decades of experience
in every aspect of the wine business.
"By buying in volume and shipping direct to the consumer, we eliminate the middlemen." Big
Hammer Wines does not trade in private label or white label wines, nor do they control branded
wines selling at "Suggested retail prices." The company doesn't pay for ratings or reviews.
Selling the flash instead of the wine
may attract potential customers, but
wine lovers who value what wine
brings to their lives want more.
The company encourages consumers
to shop the Guaranteed Lowest Price
Select Wines Sale and compare
prices against other online retailers.