In addition to performing wine auctions and winery equipment auctions, the expert liquidations staff at Winery & Wine Appraisals offers two other methods available for selling your spirits and wines inventory, capital equipment, assets, and private wine collections. Should our company purchase your liquor or wine collection, this transaction constitutes a legal “private party transaction” and not for resale purposes.
We provide brewery, distillery and winery equipment liquidations. We provide orderly liquidations of equipment utilizing tag sales, auctions, and other methods. All liquidation methods have their benefits when utilized under the right circumstances. Orderly liquidations are often used by government entities, courts of law, banks and lending institutions, and private business.
If a winery or retail wine business is currently operating, then an orderly liquidation is a profitable method for the brewery, distillery, winery or spirits & wine business to divest itself of a portion, if not all, of its inventory. This same approach also applies to spirits & wine inventories held by wholesalers and distributors, as well as wine retailers.
Our spirits & wine broker services are most often contracted by spirits & wine wholesalers, distributors, and retailers. We cater to spirits and wine businesses, as well as individuals desiring to sell their spirits and wine inventories and private wine collections. Winery & Wine Appraisals wine broker services facilitate private party transactions in bringing qualified buyers to willing sellers.
Winery & Wine Appraisals is not a licensed wine and spirits agent, distributor, or retailer. Our firm does not warehouse, advertise, or publicly sell liquor or wines. We provide logistics and business consulting only for our clients where these matters are concerned. All Winery & Wine Appraisals business transactions comply with all federal and state laws. We bring sellers and buyers together as brokers only, and all cash and transportation logistics are handled strictly between the private parties involved.