Tag Team Up Podcast -

Click to listen: https://tagteamup.com/37-2/?fbclid=IwAR221-Q0a243f7168nkzXsxMo2rX5AUIBjYLSBGhTlU7PVLl6ERIMcxxAOc

"On today’s show, Marisa Sergi from RedHead Wine shares her story on how she has built a successful wine brand at the age of 19!

Sit back, open up a bottle 🍷, and listen as Marisa shares her incredible story.

After just 6 years from starting her wine label “RedHead Wine,” Marisa has worked hard and created an impressive path to success. She was recently featured as a guest speaker at Sky Sprout Summit and she was also invited to speak at Wal-Mart’s Open Call annual event!

On today’s show, Marisa shares about the challenges of marketing in a crowded food & beverage space where the competition is fierce. She shares her secrets on keeping her brand top of mind for her distributors and retailers.

Marisa has built an incredible following on multiple social media platforms. She shares about how integrity, honesty, and authenticity can have a tremendously powerful impact when sharing your story on social media.

Marisa’s skyrocketing success doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon. Because of her work ethic and how she always goes the extra mile for her distributors and retailers she was able to dramatically expand her local business, hire new people and get into even more markets than before. Her story is one to keep tabs on FOR SURE!"

Our American Network interviews our winemaker

One American Network's, Alex Cortes, interviewed our winemaker, Marisa Sergi, at Walmart Home office during their 6th Annual Open Call event. Take a listen to Marisa's sweet and spicy winemaking journey! Link to episode here: http://www.ouramericannetwork.org/story?title=Selling-Her-RedHead-Wine-to-Walmart


Winemaker, Marisa, speaking at Walmart Home Office June 2019

Winemaker, Marisa, speaking at Walmart Home Office June 2019

Avina Wine Tools - Podcast Episode ft. Marisa Sergi

The Avina Podcast is a show where we talk to interesting people in the wine industry including winery owners, wine retailers, wine industry decision makers, and more.

Whenever we hear about a 25-year old who owns a wine brand, makes her own wine, who has just signed a new deal to stock her products at Walmart then we get excited. And we know you do too..!

That is why we invited Marisa Sergi, founder and CEO of RedHead Wine, to our wine business podcast. Listen in to hear more about her fascinating background as a 3rd generation wine maker, her takes on currently hot wine industry topics, and what she has learned from being in the wine industry.

For more go to http://avinawinetools.com/trade or https://redheadwine.us/. And to make sure you wont miss the next episode subscribe now and we’ll see you next week!

Link to episode here: http://avinawinetools.com/trade/wine-business-podcast-ep-7-marisa-sergi/

RedHead Wine Expands Distribution in OH with Heidelberg Distribution

“What started as an idea for wine in 2013 has turned into a bona fide business. Now, the young woman behind RedHead Brands LLC is seeing so much success that she’s planning a massive expansion.

Not long after graduating from Lowellville High School, Marisa Sergi came up with the idea for ReadHead wine when she was studying winemaking at Cornell University….” Watch more at the link above

RedHead CEO Marisa Sergi has the potential to be the largest wine producer in Ohio - WKBN

"RedHead CEO Marisa Sergi has the potential to be the largest wine producer in Ohio.

“I would absolutely love to be in 10 to 15 states distributing several items including the RedHead Red Blend, the Purple Rain line and of course our Passion line. But, I understand that the plans don’t always come to fruition, you have to go down the path that makes sense for your business. But actually, I would love to be national,” she said."

Link here: https://www.wkbn.com/news/local-news/luva-bella-plans-million-dollar-expansion-with-local-winemaker/

L'uva Bella Winery is Expanding

"The retail success of L’uva Bella Winery & Bistro, as well as its RedHead Wine product line, is driving the company to expand its production and warehousing space.

The company is still determining the scope of the expansion project, but expects the cost to be at least $1 million, depending on opportunities to increase its retail footprint, says Marisa Sergi, chief operating officer for L’uva Bella and CEO/winemaker for the RedHead brand. The company currently distributes to some 600 locations in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and is exploring opportunities in Kentucky and Tennessee."

link and video here: https://businessjournaldaily.com/luva-bella-winery-plans-1m-expansion/

Sassy Girl Media Features our Winemaker


"When you sit back and watch someone do amazing things, you can’t help but share their story! That’s why I have to ask my friend, Marisa Sergi if she would let me interview her as a Sassy Girl Entrepreneur. {Because she pretty much fits exactly what a Sassy Girl Entrepreneur signifies} I first “officially” met Marisa when she attended one of my workshops and it didn’t take long to see the drive in the young woman. Since then, our friendship has grown and included many chats about life, love, business and of course, wine!"

Read more here:

https://deannafusillo.com/marisa-sergi-from-launching-redhead-wine-at-19-to-walmart-lead-supplier/#.XSoWZ-6i_g4.facebook

NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF A REDHEADED BUSINESSWOMAN

" Marisa Sergi is an incredible example of a strong, young, female entrepreneur in Cleveland. She has an immense passion for her company, RedHead Wine, and has an 100% hands on approach to her business. She has created everything from her own wine blend, to the label, and more. She also has an extremely active presence on social media and stays trendy with exciting Youtube videos, blog posts, Instagram posts, and tweets."

https://launchhouse.com/never-underestimate-the-power-of-a-redheaded-businesswoman/

CharBenay’s Celebrates Opening Wednesday (Warren, OH)

"Downtown Development Group acquired the building, formerly owned by the city of Warren, via the Western Reserve Port Authority in February 2018. In May, Butcher set a mid-June target for opening, but weather this spring was “just awful,” impeding the renovation.

“We finally got a break in the weather and the guys worked really hard,” Butcher says.

“So much rain,” affirms Mark Marvin, owner of Downtown Development Group. Last week, his workers finally were able to pour the concrete for the 4,000-square-foot patio, 230 linear feet of which run along the bank of the Mahoning River.

“It’s been a long time coming,” says Marisa Sergi, chief financial officer at L’uva Bella Winery in Lowellville, which is producing the first eight private-label brands Butcher will serve at CharBenay’s. “Everyone has been working very hard to make every detail and, of course, the wine, to be excellent.”

Other than the challenges posed by the weather, the building was easy to work on, Marvin says. “It’s laid out perfectly,” he says, noting renovations costs were $150,000." Read more here:

https://businessjournaldaily.com/charbenays-celebrates-opening-wednesday/