McGuires Wines Direct has every reason to vie fairly having a growing number of buyers online who are highly demanding for VERY cheap prices for real quality wine.
Queensland, Australia (PRWEB) January 31, 2014
McGuires Wines Direct is owned and operated by the McGuires family, popularly known as McGuires’ Hotels, the largest family owned chain of hotels in Queensland Australia. McGuires Wines Direct, is soaring to greater heights in 2014 and has a reputation for being “your one stop shop for the best selection of Australian and Imported wines delivered right to your doorstep”.
Amidst all the existing big chain stores who dominate the Australian wine market, McGuires has remained tough and firm in fighting back against the market giants by giving Australian consumers more variety and huge discounts of award-winning wines that large chains such as Woolworths Dan Murphy's outlets do not stock.
In recent years, many have argued for a forced reduction in the market share of the so-called evil duopoly Coles and Woolies, on the belief that they are simply too dominant. There have been numerous views about how much lower it should be.
Many also believed the prices paid by supermarkets must be properly directed, they also demanded that the independent retailers ought to be given some help, for them to be in a fair rivalry with the big guys. We know that competition itself is a great factor. Yet in the event where there are only one or two powerful companies, it actually destroys the market and also in the end it is detrimental to consumers.
Continuously, small bottle shops are battling to contend and people’s brands are vanishing from the racks. And undeniably, these small retailers offer great contributions in keeping up Australia’s economic stability; but because of the difficulty in reaching and penetrating consumers while achieving their margins, small bottle shops are “dying naturally”.
However, as McGuires Wines Direct is getting bigger each day with its presence in social media and penetration in various hotels and local shops, obstacles are just challenges along the way in this tough environment where all Australian wine producers dwell and compete.
And because mainstream buyers begin to opt for online as medium of choice for buying alcohol, McGuires Wines Direct has every reason to vie fairly having a growing number of buyers online who are highly demanding for VERY cheap prices for real quality wines offering great value.
“Today, consumers want large variety of Award Winning Wines at very cheap prices. And we are doing just that! Right now we have products that even large retail chains like Dan Murphy’s and First Choice Liquor can’t beat and this is very exciting. Glenn Hooker.” - Retail manager McGuires Wine Direct
Grabbing the largest wine market share in the country is not after all the core of its advocacy; it is more important for them to uphold the same hospitality and reputation for value that have been handed down in all their generations. Amidst the day and age where many bottle shops have been bought out by major retail chains, McGuires Wines Direct is one hundred percent family owned and operated.
About the Company:
Since 1908 a proud name in the Queensland Hotel business, the third generation of the McGuire Family oversee hotels including The Paddington Tavern, Colmslie Hotel, the Calamvale Hotel, Alexandra Hills Hotel, Muddy Farmer, Logan Village Tavern, O’Tooles of Corinda, the Queenslander Marsden, RQ’s Tavern Robina and Tugun Tavern. The McGuires’ family have built a prosperous and tightly knit hotel and liquor barn group entrenched in the ethos of genuine ‘hospitality plus’ that stems from their Irish roots. Now the fourth generation of McGuires has entered the dynasty, as always, from the ground up but developing innovations and additional services that extend the McGuires’ brand of hospitality into contemporary trends, always delivering what Queenslanders appreciate – warmth, comfort and a good time. It’s the experience that separates a family owned business from that of conglomerates owned by grocery chains. A welcoming atmosphere where customers are very likely to be sharing a good yarn with one of the owners’ family. http://www.mcguireswinesdirect.com.au