First, register on our website – it’s simple. You’ll then have access to your personal account, where you can fill in all of the relevant information about your company, as well as adding your wines. We’ve provided instructions for all sections of your personal account. Though every effort has been made to keep things straightforward, we’d be happy to help if you have any questions. Please send any request through the feedback form.
How much does it cost to use your site?
Our website has been launched and is now full operational - we can't wait to welcome you! Vinaty is completely free for the whole of 2022. Please visit our pricing page, available here. All this is free util 2023. No credit card or bank details required.
Can I manage multiple wineries from one account?
Yes, you can add a multiple number of wineries. We feel that this is one of our website’s most important features. Wineries are managed from a single convenient account. We also have an option if you own one winery but several brands that you would like to represent separately. You can read more in our instructions.
Can multiple people manage my account?
Yes, you can add an unlimited number of colleagues to the ‘Users’ section of your account. They’ll be able to manage your account, but you can remove them later if required.
Who will have access to information about my wines and company?
At Vinaty, we have two principles when it comes to your business information. First, we protect your privacy, only allowing wine professionals to access your information. Second, we promote your wines openly and effectively among distributors. You choose which information is made private.
You can hide your contact information (including phone number, email, social media profiles and Vinaty messaging), prices, production volumes, and distribution regions of your wines. The standard information on winery websites will be public, including the name and logo of your winery, photos and description of your wine, region of origin, as well as grape variety, sweetness and type.
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