Since social distancing began, many experiences we used to enjoy including dining out, going to happy hour, and seeing a Broadway show have been canceled. Businesses are finding ways to adjust to this new normal and keep their businesses afloat.
Wölffer Estate Vineyard
One experience where you’d find many New Yorkers on a sunny afternoon is at the Wölffer Estate Vineyard. This family-owned vineyard sits in the heart of the Hamptons with stretches of breathtaking vines and gorgeous views.
Like many wineries, Wölffer Estate closed its doors for wine-tastings. However, Roman Roth, Wölffer Estate’s first winemaker, is bringing the tastings to you with a Virtual Tasting package.
The package includes a variety of wines with an accompanying 10-minute Virtual Tasting Video. This wine tasting experience is available for same-day local delivery, contactless drive-up, or free nationwide delivery.
Whether you’re in quarantine alone or with a loved one, spend an evening with a special wine-tasting all within the comfort of your own home. Roman Roth will lead you on a guided tasting unlike any other you’ve experienced before.
Create a virtual experience for your guests
Business owners continue to find innovative ways to keep their businesses alive and engage with their customers to maintain relationships. Whether you’re in the hospitality or tourism industry, take advantage of the rising popularity of virtual experiences. Think of creative ways you can engage with your customers.
There are plenty of ways to give your customers an exciting new virtual experience while maintaining relevance through these unprecedented times. Host a virtual happy hour, record a cooking segment, or do a live stream of the views from your hotel. The possibilities for creativity are endless!