Help Write Our Mission Statement

We’re in the process of putting together a mission statement that will outline how the winery will continue to provide exceptional winemaking services and wine products in the years to come.

One principle we stand for is involvement equals commitment. Because our customers are so important to us, we want to involve everyone in the process of writing Lakeland Winery’s mission statement.

So, we have three simple questions that we’d love for you to respond to using the comments form below. It would be great to see some discussion on this! You can contact me directly if you feel more comfortable:

  1. What should Lakeland Winery continue doing in the future?
  2. What should Lakeland Winery stop doing in the future?
  3. What should Lakeland Winery start doing in the future?

As soon as we can put a Mission Statement draft together, we’ll post it here to my Wine Blog.

—Andy

Comments

  1. 1. Offer personalized winemaking services. I have over 100 bottles in my closet (sorry, don’t have a cellar) and pulling a bottle out whenever friends are over or whenever I am in need of a bottle for a dinner party is great….I’m all set!
    2. Can’t think of anything…
    3. Get Lakeland Winery wine on the shelves of liquor stores across the Northeast. Shouldn’t Onondaga Lake be considered a Finger Lake too? It can happen! :)

  2. We loved making, that is hands on making…our own wine. If you recall, we brought several groups with us to do just that. We are all bummed that we can’t do that any more, Right now chosing wine and having you make it, doesn’t seem any different than buying wine from a winery.

  3. Ann,
    Anytime you and your friends want to come in and make your own wine just let me know, and I’ll be happy to let you do all the work:)

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