Who We Are
La Quaterna is a leader in providing custom and private label solutions. We offer premium wines from the Napa Valley, Sonoma, North Coast and California appellations and produce all of the wine in our state-of-the-art winery and bottling facility based in Napa.
This gives us ultimate control over the entire process, making us the one-stop private label producer. Whatever your private label needs, La Quaterna is equipped to provide you with expert guidance from start to finish on your project.
Why La Quaterna?
Experience, Competitive Pricing & Flexibility.
The answer is easy. We have years of experience producing private label wines. Many of the labels we have produced have evolved into successful nationally distributed brands. We know what we're doing.
We offer highly competitive pricing for finished case goods and own the grapes and winemaking equipment, making it easy for us to produce custom wines made to your unique flavor profile. All of the winemaking processes are managed at our Napa winery, and we have a staff that boasts over forty years of international experience producing award-winning wines. Lastly, we have specialists on board who are available to guide you through the compliance process, whether your wine will be exported or sold in the United States. This means your project will be handled by seasoned experts.
A private label is a brand owned by the supplier, importer, exporter, distributor or wholesaler. This brand procures its goods through a contract producer (e.g. La Quaterna) under its own label.
In other words, the brand is not owned by the winery.
- Help brand your business with a private label wine produced by La Quaterna.
- Create exclusivity and differentiation from your competitors by offering a private label wine.
- Without middlemen involved, you can enjoy higher margins on the sales of private label wine, whether by the case, bottle or glass.
- Offer patrons an attractively priced alternative that differentiates your business offerings.
- Customer loyalty! Offer an exclusive product and your customer will keep coming back.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a private label?
A private label is a brand owned by the supplier, importer, exporter, distributor or wholesaler. This brand procures its goods through a contract producer (like La Quaterna) under its own label. A private brand is not owned by the winery where it's produced.
What varietals are available?
We offer a variety of red and white wines from all over California including the Napa Valley, Sonoma and North Coast appellations. Give us a call to discuss your needs.
How is shipping arranged?
We have experience shipping wine and are happy to assist you with your needs.
Where do you make the wine and who makes it?
We have a seasoned winemaking staff with over 40 combined years of international experience producing award winning and consistent wines. All of the winemaking operations take place in our state-of-the-art winery and bottling facility located in Napa.
Do you help me sell my private label wine?
We are not involved in any selling activities of our clients' private label wines. We are solely the producer.
How long does it take to produce a private label?
On average it takes us 60 days to produce a private label wine, however this depends on wine availability and packaging choices.
Can La Quaterna help with my label design?
Most clients bring their own labels; however, we have options available and are happy to assist with your label design needs.
Can you help me with export paperwork?
Yes! We have specialists who can assist in the compliance process whether you export or sell your wine in the United States.
Who packages the wine?
We are equipped to handle any packaging requests and offer industry standard packaging solutions to our clients. These include an enclosure, capsule and label application to both the bottle and content shipper.
How do I get started?
The process begins with a discussion about how La Quaterna can meet your needs. We will ask about the type of wine you are interested in, if you already have a label, the quantity of wine desired, your timeframe, if your wine will be exported, and the flavor profile you desire. There are many variables involved, and each project is very unique.