SIP Tools, Tips, & More
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We went straight to the source and asked tasting room and marketing professionals how they communicate SIP Certified practices to their customers. With these real-life question and answer scenarios, training staff, and creating language around how you convey sustainable practices to your customers is conversational and fun.
We are very excited to launch a four-part training series over the next few months that will empower our members' customer facing staff to speak with confidence about sustainable practices in the vineyard and the winery.
This year is a roller coaster of new protocols, customer experiences, and facility developments. While it can feel overwhelming at times, having the right resources to keep you up to date on your state’s protocols is vital to helping you tailor the customer experience. Here are industry veterans tips on how to navigate this monumental shift in tasting room experience.
With Harvest in full swing and tasting room traffic rearing up for the high season, we’ve put together a fun box of the SIP you need to delight and inspire employees to keep SIP top of mind when educating guests. From bottle openers to polishing towels, tabletop info to brochures, this swag is useful and fun for employees.
When we think about being a sustainable vineyard or winery, we often focus on farming and winemaking practices and often overlook a key facet; the tasting room. Because this is the most customer-facing aspect of many businesses, it’s an incredible opportunity to institute sustainable practices that not only aid in 360-degree sustainability practices, but also provide an opportunity to teach consumers in real-time the importance of sustainability. Let’s take a walk around the grounds of a typical tasting room and please follow the links for more information and product ideas.
SIP Certified along with Wolf Consulting conducted and analyzed surveys of wine drinkers to provide insights and information for SIP Certified brands to specifically target generations of drinking age; Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z with appropriate messages to increase awareness and desirability of sustainable winemaking practices.
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