Barcelona Wine Bar: Creating New Revenue Streams During A Pandemic

May 1, 2020

Barcelona Wine Bar discusses their vision for long-term evolution in the latest article from Forbes.

With in-house dining rooms closed, restaurants around the country are strategizing ways to develop multiple flows of revenue, and our client, Barcelona Wine Bar, discusses their vision for long-term evolution, including their new partnership with Wine.com in the latest article from Forbes.

“Gretchen Thomas, vice-president of Food and Beverage at Barcelona Wine Bar, had an idea. She had served on a variety of wine and international tourism boards with members of the Wine.com team and had become well-acquainted with them.

Many oenophiles are familiar with Wine.com because it’s one of the largest online wine sellers that stocks over 17,000 types of wines and sells more than two million bottles a year.

Why not partner with them, thought Thomas? Thomas conferred with Mike Osborn, the founder of Wine.com, and they decided to launch a series of online wine seminars that would also sell wine.” Writes Gary Stern, contributing writer to Forbes.

Pour yourself a glass and read about how Barcelona Wine Bar continues to innovate within the industry in the latest article from Forbes.

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