« Go Back

What does your wine really cost?

Over our years of dedicated service to the wine industry, we've seen a common oversight: wineries often maintain their financial records primarily for tax preparation. While this approach ensures compliance, it barely scratches the surface of your business's potential. Without a comprehensive understanding, how can one navigate the complex world of wine with confidence and foresight?

Beyond Taxation: The True Worth of a Bottle

Every bottle of wine that leaves your winery tells a story, but do you know its financial chapter? Knowing the cost of each bottle is paramount. It's not just about the grapes, labor, or aging process, but a detailed amalgamation of every expenditure that brings that bottle to life.

By relying solely on income-tax-focused accounting, you are effectively navigating the market with a fogged lens. It's akin to driving at night without headlights; you might know the road, but you can't see the obstacles or opportunities ahead.

Our Approach: Clarity and Insight

We believe in the power of financial accounting. We follow a set of standardized practices (called GAAP or Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) that are applied by businesses of all kinds to determine accurate costs. Paired with our meticulous inventory costing system, we shed light on the true costs and profitability hidden within your operations.

Financial Accounting: Dive deep into the financial intricacies of your winery, understanding every revenue and expense nuance, ensuring not just compliance, but informed decision-making. With industry-standard financial reports, you can comply with the needs of external users and evaluate your success relative to other wineries. 

Inventory Costing: Discover the real cost behind every bottle. From the vine to the shelf, we account for every cent, giving you a clear picture of profitability.

Unlock the hidden potential of your winery. With our Financial Accounting and Inventory Costing services, drive forward with clear vision, informed decisions, and a roadmap to enhanced profitability. Don't just meet industry standards; redefine them.