Wine angels


Grands Crus Investors
& Ambassadors

Become a wine angel

The concept

ine Angels are the Business Angels of Wine. As a Wine Angel, you are both an investor and ambassador of your vineyard.

Recruited throughout the world, you own full ownership of vineyard shares, which include vineyards, buildings, a brand and wine stocks. You can also participate to vineyard's life (harvests, blend, testing, general assembly...)

To become Wine Angel, you need to pass a strict selection process in which you will be selected according your investing and wine knowledge, as well as your capacity to promote your domain. 

Once a shareholder, you contribute to the notoriety of the domain through digital content created specifically in order to be shared on social networks and to your loved ones.

Each year, you receive an allocation of between 70 to 90 bottles (depending on the harvest) which will be reserved for 2 months at a preferential price. We take care of all the logistic: the vineyard domain manages payments, shipping and after sales service.

our vineyards

How does it work? 

1. Apply

through the Selection Process

2. Invest

and join the Co-owners club

3. Contribute

to the radiance and notoriety

4. Receive

your yearly bottle allocation!

5. Participate

to the vineyard’s life: harvests, testing, general assembly...


Did you know?
The price for AOP wines has a 4.5% annual growth. Source : SAFER

Meet the team

Laurent David

« I created Wine Angels because I wanted to connect wine investors to the a premium & active investment experience in French Grands Crus »

Laurent  worked 10 years for Nokia as the head of the French and Benelux countries. He then worked 10 years at Apple to launch the iPhone in France, then directed in London the European sales division. Originated from Bergerac, Laurent cultivates a passion for wine and is a business angel in several WineTech startups. Linkedin profile→

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