When does a brand or producer need a separate account in Bottlebooks?

Created by David Lees, Modified on Tue, 10 Apr 2018 at 10:07 AM by David Lees

What is a brand in Bottlebooks?

Every unique brand profile needs a separate account in Bottlebooks.

If a collection of your products has a unique producer profile, for instance a unique logo, then you will need a separate account in Bottlebooks to manage those wines. All your accounts can be managed with your current login (email and password).

Example - one account needed

Winemaker Wilhelm has created a Reserve Collection of wines. He wants the consumer to know that the Reserve Collection is from Wiengut Wilhelm, like the rest of his wines.

Example - two accounts needed

Chateaux Paris has created a new line of wines called OuiOuiOui for younger customers. Although they are made by the same company, at the same location, the producer does not want OuiOuiOui to be associated with the older, Chateaux Paris brand, and so they create a new account for OuiOuiOui on Bottlebooks. The Producer has setup two websites to denote this difference.

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