If you need wine or you need assistance with anything wine related please connect with us so we can get you straightened away so you can enjoy your next glass worry and stress free. Examples of our consulting services include and are not limited to:

Weddings / Parties / Events

Need some help selecting that perfect wine for a wedding, event or function but unsure of how to go about doing it? Well, let us help you. We’ll meet with you and your party and discuss your event. We’ll arrange a tasting where you can select the wines that meet your needs, food pairings (if applicable) and price point. We will work with the event’s venue to ensure that all wine is where needs to be come the big day. Cost is a flat rate of $200 for consultation, planning and consolatory Tasting (includes wine for tasting).

Cellar Management

Whether you are a private or public collector, we can ensure that your cellar or wine list is about quality, diversity and will appropriately suit your needs and those of fellow wine tasters and patrons. Contact us for more information and pricing at

Restaurant Consultation

Restaurateurs, is your wine list getting a little old? Need to mix it up a little bit? We have a dynamic and diverse portfolio. A well thought out, creative wine program can help your business. We have the knowledge and expertise to help you develop your program, write and design your new list. We’ll even help educate your staff on the new wines and ensure your list is designed to showcase and highlight your menu items. Please contact us at to arrange a consultation. Consultation is free for restaurateurs who choose a wine list featuring 50% Dialog Wines products.

No matter what the query we will work with you to ensure your wine needs are met. Please contact us at

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