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UC Davis Extension and the Department of Viticulture and Enology is hosting their annual OIV Wine Marketing Program. Michael Robichaud, Bulk Broker here at Turrentine Brokerage, will be presenting at the Grape Supply & Economics of Production seminar. This two-week program focuses on the economics of production and marketing grapes and wine in the United States. […]→ Continue Reading Turentine + UC Davis
The Business We’ve ChosenDemand for high-end consumer products, like a smart phone or a premium vodka, can change quickly and unpredictably. Marketing expenditures for these kinds of products are high but at least production can usually be dialed up or down in accordance with demand. At the opposite extreme are some capital-intensive agricultural commodities, like apples or nuts. Demand may be relatively...
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We’re pleased to provide you with the results of our 2013 Wine Industry Financial Benchmarking Report. Moss Adams LLP, the Farm Credit Alliance, and Turrentine Brokerage are committed to continuing to serve as thought leaders in the wine industry, and we view the report as an opportunity to provide wineries, grape growers, and negociants with comparative and insightful information. This survey builds on the results published by Moss Adams in 2009 that analyzed a range of topics including general industry trends, sales and production data, viticulture data along with operating and financial metrics by region.
The goal of the survey? To bring you valuable, insightful data and analysis to help you benchmark your operating and financial results against industry leaders.
In 1973, the year Turrentine Brokerage was founded, California crushed just over 1 million tons of grapes for wine. Today, that number is rapidly approaching 4 million. Over these 40 years, we have witnessed extensive change within the industry while passing the torch from Dan Turrentine to Bill Turrentine and now on to Steve Fredricks. The company has grown from one employee to 21 in that time continues to expand. With great appreciation, we thank all of you who have worked with us over the last 40 years and look forward to the next 40. Cheers!
The following is a small selection from our recent sales. These actual sales can give some indication of the market but it should be remembered that individual sale prices vary widely due to quality, barrel age and other special circumstances.
Selected Recent Sales of Grapes & Wines in Bulk for July 7, 2014.
Chardonnay 2013 wine, Russian River, 10,000 gallons at $13.00 per gallon
Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 wine, Lodi, 19,200 gallons at $6.75 per gallon
Malbec 2013 wine, Napa Valley, 3,300 gallons at $26.00 per gallon
Dry Red 2013 wine, California, 25,600 gallons at $4.00 per gallon
Chardonnay 2013 wine, Sonoma County, 11,500 gallons at $9.25 per gallon
Chardonnay 2013 wine, Napa Carneros, 13,000 gallons at $14.00 per gallon
Zinfandel 2013 wine, Lodi, 12,000 gallons at $6.00 per gallon
Sauvignon Blanc 2014 grapes, Alexander Valley, 85 tons at $1,550.00 per ton
Syrah 2014 grapes, Mendocino County, 140 tons at $1,550.00 per ton
Merlot 2014 grapes, Alexander Valley, 80 tons at $1,700.00 per ton
Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 grapes, Sonoma Mountain, 15 tons at $2,800.00 per ton