Winemaking Supplies Competitors
Luva Bella is a company that provides wines, bistro food, but also wine classes and wine making supplies. It is a family company located in Lowelville, Ohio. Companies similar to it by revenue or product lines are Midwest Supplies, Keystone Homebrew Supply and Northern Brewer. Names and revenues of Luva Bella's competitors are summarized in a shared document.
Luva Bella Winery and Bistro is a company that produces, sells and teaches how to make wine. In addition, it also sells wine making supplies. It has an estimated revenue of $6 million and 31 employees. The company is located in Lowelville, Ohio. It has been founded in 2001.
The criteria used to select the competitors of Luva Bella include being a wine making supply company, with a revenue under $50 million, and offering similar services including selling wines, but also wine making equipment and ingredients. In addition, Luva Bella competitors have to include wine making classes in their list of services. The three companies below satisfy all those criteria.
Midwest Supplies is a company located in Minneapolis with a staff of 112 employees and a revenue of $22 million. It has been active since 1995 providing wine making equipment but also beer making and gardening products. The company is also partnering with Northern Brewer by selling their starter kits, ingredients and recipe kits. The company boasts 132 wine making kits, and staff that can provide expert guidance for wine making. Another advantage is that classes for wine making are free.
Northern Brewer opened its first store in 1993, in St Paul, Minnesota. It started as a beer making supplier then moved on into wine making. The company offers wines, wine making equipment, wine making supplies, and wine making starting kits. Northern Brewer offers in-store classes and private events. A team of wine making experts can support customers all week-long, in stores or by email, phone or text. It has a revenue of $34 million.
Keystone Homebrew Supply is a company providing wine making supplies since 1992. It can also provide advice on how to make wine. The mission of the company is to give a fun experience to winemakers, with an educational touch. It has a revenue of $1.2 million. Amongst its wine making supply products, Keystone Homebrew Supply offers equipment, bottles, testing tools, cleansers, books, accessories, ingredient kits and anything related to making wine. It also offers wine making classes.