Vinamor, a wine aerator system, was started by Gary Dejohn. Vinamor’s net worth was $250K at the time of their pitch in 2012 based on the $75,000 for 30% equity of the company.
They appeared on Season 03 of Shark Tank USA in March 2012. But the Sharks were not interested in investing in Vinamor. Robert, not a wine enthusiast, and Daymond are both out. Mark, who prefers beer, opts out as well. Barbara declines to invest. Kevin, the final shark, suggests licensing to major wine makers, but Gary refuses, leaving the Tank without a deal.
Vinamor is still around, but it’s not thriving. It has its own website but isn’t available on Amazon anymore. Gary is still the CEO and owns the whole company, but he’s also the CEO of a real estate firm.
Vinamor Net Worth
|$250K (When appearance on Shark Tank)
|Annual Sales Revenue
|Below $5 million
Vinamor Net Worth Timeline
|Net Worth 2023
|Net Worth 2022
|Net worth valuation 2012 before appearing on Shark Tank
Vinamor Pitch on Shark Tank
|Season 03 Episode 09
|$75,000 for 30% Equity
Don’t miss these product from Season 03
Vinamor was founded by Gary Dejohn. Gary DeJohn appeared on ABC’s Shark Tank with his Vinamor wine aerator. He had extensive experience in the service industry and created the Vinamor to measure wine pours, reducing costs and boosting restaurant profits. Vinamor’s founder, Gary Dejohn, has a net worth unknown as of 2023.
|The company appeared on Shark Tank Season 03
Gary achieved remarkable success, raising more than $8,000 for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospitals in the fall of 2012
|Vinamor is available in 100+ liquor stores, vineyards nationwide, and has active online sales
From their beginnings on Shark Tank to their current status as a thriving business, they have proven that with the right idea and execution, anything is possible. We can’t wait to see the future for Vinamor and its continued success.