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Pinot Noir is often grown in cooler regions, and even with relatively high prices, growers may struggle to achieve economic yields. Many Pinot Noir vineyards in the coastal areas of California produce between 2.5 and 6 tons per acre. Many vineyards in Oregon produce even less. Pinot Noir can produce much higher tonnages, however, in [...]→ Continue Reading Acreage Survey Reveals Pinot Noir Gold Mine
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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.
Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 wine, Napa Valley, 5,400 gallons at $25.50 per gallon
Syrah 2012 wine, Sonoma Valley, 7,500 gallons at $15.00 per gallon
Chardonnay 2012 wine, California, 6,400 gallons at $5.50 per gallon
Merlot 2012 wine, Lodi, 6,000 gallons at $6.75 per gallon
Dry White 2011 wine, California, 11,600 gallons at $3.50 per gallon
Merlot 2012 wine, Sonoma County, 9,000 gallons at $16.00 per gallon
Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 grapes, Paso Robles, 50 tons at $1,800.00 per ton
Merlot 2013 grapes, Knights Valley, 35 tons at $1,725.00 per ton
Zinfandel 2013 grapes, Mendocino County, 20 tons at $1,400.00 per ton
Welcome to the Turrentine Marketplace. The best selection of grapes and wine in bulk is at your fingertips. Our goal is to make these markets work for you. Please let us know how we are doing and what can be improved so that we can serve you better.