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Bee D'Vine Honey Wine: From 'Shark Tank' to Sustainable Success

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Discover the journey of Bee D'Vine Honey Wine post 'Shark Tank'.

a bottle of bee d'vine honey wine displayed on a wooden table with a rustic background, surrounded by honeycomb and fresh flowers.

As many food and beverage companies have learned, appearing on 'Shark Tank' can create buzz around a product. When Bee D'Vine, a sustainable honey wine company, entered the tank in November 2020, they caught the attention of the Sharks and viewers alike. The founder, Ayele Solomon, pitched his Ethiopian-style honey wine, also known as mead, as a unique and eco-friendly alternative in the wine industry.

According to Shark Tank Blog, Solomon's monumental deal with the four Sharks fell through. While details are unknown, Bee D'Vine Honey Wine continued to thrive despite the missed opportunity. The company remained committed to its mission of producing high-quality honey wine while promoting sustainability and conservation efforts.

Remember the Ethiopian-style honey wine featured on 'Shark Tank'? Here's what the Bee D'Vine Honey Wine company is up to after its deal with the Sharks didn't materialize. The journey of Bee D'Vine post 'Shark Tank' showcases resilience and determination in the face of setbacks.

The company that makes sustainable honey wine, aka mead, went into the tank in November 2020. Here's how it's doing today. Despite the challenges faced on the show, Bee D'Vine Honey Wine continued to grow its presence in the market and gain recognition for its innovative approach to winemaking.

The Sharks circle over a flight of conservationist Ayele Solomon's Bee d'Vine honey wine. The unique blend of flavors and sustainable practices of Bee D'Vine Honey Wine caught the attention of investors on 'Shark Tank,' highlighting the company's potential for success in the wine industry.

BEE D'VINE launched in 2014 to national critical acclaim and a tasting on NBC's Today Show. Produced in the Sonoma Valley, it takes a sustainable approach to winemaking, setting itself apart from traditional vineyards. The recognition received early on helped propel Bee D'Vine to new heights in the industry.

Share this article · SAN FRANCISCO · Bee d'Vine is the first and only winery to have a wine-focused tasting bar or room in the Ferry Building. The unique tasting experience offered by Bee D'Vine sets it apart from other wineries, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the world of sustainable honey wine.

When Ayele Solomon bottled his first batch of homemade honey wine, he couldn't have guessed it would lead him to “Shark Tank,” the renowned television show where entrepreneurs pitch their products to investors. Despite the challenges faced on the show, Solomon's determination and passion for sustainable winemaking shone through.

On tonight's episode of Shark Tank, Sonoma, California entrepreneur Ayele Solomon makes a pitch for The Honey Wine Company, producers of Bee D'Vine Honey Wine. The pitch on 'Shark Tank' brought national attention to Bee D'Vine, showcasing the company's commitment to sustainability and innovation in the wine industry.

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