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Important Crush Report May Be Impacted by Government Shutdown

Important Crush Report May Be Impacted by Government Shutdown

SACRAMENTO, January 9, 2019 – The ongoing federal government shutdown, which began Dec. 22, may soon affect a key program of great importance to winegrape growers. Thursday, Jan. 10 is the deadline for wineries to submit grape purchase data from the 2018 harvest to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) […]

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Afternoon Brief, March 12

Afternoon Brief, March 12

40 Wines That Changed the Way We Drink
Some wines are good, some are bad, and some are significant. Here are 40 that made a difference…

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2017 Preliminary Grape Crush Report – Mendocino

2017 Preliminary Grape Crush Report – Mendocino

February 9, 2018 – And, the results are in!  The 2017 USDA Preliminary Grape Crush Report released today confirms that Mendocino County grapes are continuing to gain recognition with the average price per ton growing over 10% to $1696 per ton.  Total tonnage for 2017 in Mendocino County was down 9.6% to total of 70,488 tons, […]

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Ciatti Comments on 2017 California Winegrape Crush Report

Ciatti Comments on 2017 California Winegrape Crush Report

(February 9, 2018, San Rafael, CA) – The California Department of Food and Agriculture Preliminary Grape Crush Report was released today. The information provided in this report gives understanding for the California wine and grape industry professionals. Information provided in this preliminary report shows the California Grape Crush Report crushed 4.007M tons. The report also reveals the overall crush […]

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California Preliminary Grape Crush Report

California Preliminary Grape Crush Report

SACRAMENTO – The 2017 crush totaled 4,233,288 tons, up less than half of a percent from the 2016 crush of 4,217,154 tons. Red wine varieties accounted for the largest share of all grapes crushed, at 2,242,984 tons, down 1.6 percent from 2016. The 2017 white wine variety crush totaled 1,764,152 tons, up .7 percent from 2016. Tons crushed […]

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2015 California Winegrape Crush; A Tale of Two Harvests: Valley vs Coast

2015 California Winegrape Crush; A Tale of Two Harvests: Valley vs Coast

(February 10, 2016, San Rafael, CA) – The Preliminary California Grape Crush Report released today reveals the overall California winegrape crush was down for a second year in a row. 2015 came in 5% lower than that of 2014 at 3,699,242 tons. The average winegrape price was also down, by 11%, from 2014 to $680. […]

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Grape Crush Report Reveals Lighter Harvest for Washington State in 2015

Grape Crush Report Reveals Lighter Harvest for Washington State in 2015

Tonnage is down 2 percent from the prior year but winemakers thrilled about quality SEATTLE (Feb. 8, 2016) – Washington State’s wine grape harvest in 2015 totaled 222,000 tons, down 2 percent from the prior year, said a report released today by the Washington State Wine Commission and the United States Department of Agriculture. Grape […]

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Afternoon Brief, March 26

Afternoon Brief, March 26

Napa murder-suicide leaves fate of winery, lawsuits in question: Dahl Vineyards is being evicted from its Yountville home, a week after proprietor Robert Dahl shot an investor to death with a silencer-equipped handgun on the grounds and later killed himself as police closed in after a brief car chase…

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District-by-District Review of the Crush Report, Part 3: California Interior

District-by-District Review of the Crush Report, Part 3: California Interior

Those of you who read my review of the crush report for the Wine Industry Network, may have noticed that I gave limited analysis of the crush report by geographic location. This is the third part of a three-part series, focusing on California’s inland growing regions. The previous two articles looked at the North Coast […]

Afternoon Brief, March 18

Afternoon Brief, March 18

U.S. Authorities Sink Underwater Wine Maturation: Wineries will have to scuttle plans to age their wines under the sea after American authorities torpedoed the practice…

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District-by-District Review of the Crush Report, Part 2: Central Coast and Southern California

District-by-District Review of the Crush Report, Part 2: Central Coast and Southern California

Those of you who read my review of the crush report for the Wine Industry Advisor, may have noticed that I gave limited analysis of the crush report by geographic location. This is the second part of a three-part series, focusing on the Central Coast and Southern California. The previous article looked at the North […]

Afternoon Brief, March 16

Afternoon Brief, March 16

21st Annual Central Coast Insights with Experts and Troublemakers: Held for the first time in Paso Robles, the annual conference organized by the Wine Industry Symposium Group, attracted nearly 200 attendees from all facets of the wine industry…

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District-by-District Review of the Crush Report, Part 1: North Coast

District-by-District Review of the Crush Report, Part 1: North Coast

Those of you, who read my review of the crush report for the Wine Industry Advisor, may have noticed that I gave limited analysis of the crush report by geographic location. In this article, I’ll take a look at each district one at a time. District 1: Mendocino County Average Price Per Ton: $1,493.10, Overall Price […]

Afternoon Brief, March 11

Afternoon Brief, March 11

Napa County officials tackle tough wine industry growth questions: Napa County’s growth summit ended after six hours of discussion and county leaders agreeing to launch a larger community conversation that could last for months…

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Review of the Final Crush Report

Review of the Final Crush Report

For some of us in the wine business, the release of the Crush Report is one of the most exciting events of the year. It means that the time has come to browse, analyze, cut up, re-arrange and make sense of winegrape prices to look for trends, find opportunities and verify or improve our own […]