Veteran Reg A+ Broker-Dealer Dalmore Group announced the Reg CF launch of Vinsent, a company that is working to enhance the wine industry ecosystem with new, innovative technology and expand the distribution model of winemakers, as they strengthening their relationship with wine lovers.
According to Etan Butler, Chairman of Dalmore Group, the pairing of Dalmore’s Direct CF approach with Vinsent is significant.
“After years of carefully analyzing the needs of Reg CF issuers, we feel that this model is a pivotal development in the Reg CF user space. Vinsent will be able to control everything about its offering, to assure the success of their capital-raising efforts. And that is what sets our platform apart from the others. Our issuers aren’t thrown into a third-party marketplace-oriented platform where investors pick from available opportunities. Rather, with Dalmore’s Direct CF approach, our issuers work individually, and are the only opportunity offered to their investors, and we at Dalmore do everything we can to give our issuers the tools to succeed.”
Vinsent is a blockchain-powered digital platform. Consumers interact via an app or on Vincent’s website to discover new wineries and wines, learn about them and purchase the wine directly from its source — vineyard-to-table.
The existing supply chain between wineries and their consumers is complex, inefficient and costly. Vincent changes things by eliminating all of the middlemen – distributors and retailers – and replaces things with a direct connection to the winemaking source. Vinsent’s direct-to-consumer, vineyard-to-table approach makes wine buying easy, and less expensive. Thus far, Vinsent has onboarded more than 100 wineries, has solved the complex logistic and legal issue relating to wine distribution, and has sold and shipped direct-to-consumers in 15 countries.
“By building the world’s first global, digital wine showcase and marketplace using blockchain and modern e-commerce technologies, Vinsent is making the wine purchasing process more transparent, direct, secure, trackable and efficient. By eliminating layers, we are directly connecting wine lovers and wineries, allowing customers to select from a wide selection of the best and exclusively priced wines,” said Jacob Ner-David, CEO and Co-Founder of Vinsent. “We are thrilled to partner with crowdfunding industry leader Dalmore Group for our offering and look forward to welcoming a community of investors who share our vision of building a brand new wine-purchasing experience rooted in community and trust.”
As reported by statisca.com, “Revenue in the Wine segment amounts to $384 billion in 2021, with expected annual market growth of 8.51% (CAGR 2021-2025)”.
“20% of the Total Wine market is Fine Wine and to date, 5% are generated online. We intend to capture 15% of the current online Fine Wine market and maintain that percentage as we help grow US wine e-commerce while expanding into other consumer geographies such as the EU and Asia”, said Gil Picovsky, COO and Co-Founder of Vinsent.
About Vinsent – Vinsent is a blockchain-powered digital platform. Consumers interact via an app or the website. Consumers discover new wineries and wines, learn about them and purchase directly, vineyard-to-table.
Wineries join the Vinsent platform for:
● Direct access to wine lovers,
● To showcase their story, heritage and wines,
● To eliminate the middlemen and fees between them and wine lovers,
● To share the story of the wine
● To sell wines before they are bottled (as well as wine that is “Ready to Ship”).
Onboarding/Curation process: Wineries are invited to submit themselves as potential participants in the Vinsent marketplace. They are asked to fill out a detailed web-based form, which is used to create their profile on Vinsent. After the winery profile is completed, each wine has a dedicated web form collecting all relevant details, including harvest conditions, winemaker notes, taste profile, pictures, and video. The winery also needs to use these forms to set prices for their wines — in a completely transparent manner in which the winery understands what additional costs there are on top of the per bottle revenue they seek (logistics and Vinsent transaction commission). Based on this formula the consumer price gets set — driven by the winery. After the registration, profile and pricing process has been completed it is fact-checked by the Vinsent review team, made up of senior figures in the global wine industry, and approved for the Vinsent platform.
Visit Vinsent’s Reg CF offering page at www.investinvinsent.wine
About Dalmore Group – The Dalmore Group, member of FINRA (www.finra.org) and SIPC (www.sipc.org) is a broker-dealer offering advice and solutions to a diverse client base. Dalmore is among the more active broker-dealers in the world for Reg A+ offerings, having onboarded more than 100 such offerings in the past 2 years. With relevant industry, legal and financial backgrounds, Dalmore’s team of professionals has the experience and knowledge to partner with clients and to provide strategic advice and innovative solutions for a variety of financial needs. Dalmore’s services extend to raising capital, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance advice.