The Leading Bank for Business*

Wine Industry

At Comerica, we’ve become a leader in the wine industry by becoming experts in wineries.

From the consolidation of distributors and long working capital cycles, to aging equipment, profitability and regulatory requirements, our winery advisors bring decades of experience.

Advisors, not just bankers

At Comerica, our clients seek business solutions for efficiencies, profitability and growth, not just rates and terms.

Dedicated business financial advisors are here to help plan, guide and consult wineries on planning, projecting, growing and protecting the fruits of their labor.

Winery specialists

A family-owned winery is not the same as a corporate winery. Obvious, but often overlooked in the financial industry.

At Comerica, we specialize in wineries.

From helping you manage the cash flow needed through a five-year return cycle to understanding regulatory pressures that burden your bottom line, we bring a wealth of insight and experience.

Business financial solutions

We begin by understanding your specific winery from the ground up before we recommend how to help you grow.

Our needs-based consultative process is built around you, with customized banking solutions that include:

  • Tailoring working capital lines of credit¹
  • SBA loans¹
  • Acquisition financing¹
  • Designing flexible equipment financing solutions¹
  • International trade finance¹
  • Increasing visibility of your cash flow, with forecasting tools for optimal cash management

175 years of experience

With a $350 million industry portfolio, 175 years of experience serving businesses and the industry-specific knowledge your wine business needs, our long view enables us to provide fact-based insights to help you flourish.


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Maximize your opportunities.

Get your complimentary consultation from the Leading Bank for Business*.

Contact Comerica at 888-973-8665.

*Comerica ranks first nationally among U.S. bank holding companies with greater than $70B in assets, based on commercial and industrial loans outstanding as a percentage of assets, as of March 31, 2024. Data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence.

1Loans subject to credit approval.