Winery Insurance



Winery insurance provides coverage for each aspect of your business.

Get winery insurance to cover the risks of agriculture, manufacturing, retail, and entertainment.


Your winery insurance should be as unique as the wine you make.

Protecting your winery at every level can be complicated because of the many risk exposures your business faces. Understanding the risks involved in the operation of wineries may make a difference in determining coverage options and avoiding gaps in your winery insurance policy.

Increased risks for wineries operating on one plot of land.

A majority of wineries grow, produce, store, and sell their wine on the same plot of land, which opens them up to even more risks should something happen, such as a fire or vandalism. And on top of that, some winery owners live on the property as well, which requires personal liability insurance. Fortunately, there are many coverage options to protect your winery, which include:

  • Contamination and Spoilage
  • Crime Coverage
  • Crop Insurance
  • Equipment Breakdown
  • Farm Liability
  • Inland Marine
  • Liquor Liability
  • Product Recall
  • Special Event Insurance
  • Vine and Trellis Coverage

The importance of liquor liability coverage.

It's important to understand the risks involved, especially for wineries that are open to the public for wine tasting and other special events, where it is essential to have liquor liability insurance. For example, if someone is over-served alcohol and goes on to cause injuries or property damage, this may cover you against potential lawsuits, which can be expensive to defend against such claims.

Insurance for the business side of winemaking.

Another integral part of wineries includes the production and manufacturing of wine, as well as the losses associated with that process. From the loss of crops to equipment breakdown, storage, transportation, and spoilage, all of these risks should be accounted for in your winery insurance policy. In addition to the specialized coverages, at the end of the day, a winery is a business. As such, you may want to consider more generalized business insurance coverages, including workers' compensation, general liability, cyber liability, and business auto insurance.

Want to learn more about winery insurance? Contact us to go over your coverage needs and options.

Why We're Different

While most insurance products are similar in price and function, insurance providers vary when it comes to structuring a policy tailored to you.

After all, there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all insurance policy when it comes to your personal policy.

Contact us today, and we'll help you protect what matters most.

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