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If you’ve been around the vineyard block a few times you know the importance of a trusted advisor.
Turrentine Brokerage knows the wine business inside and out. We have an unparalleled record of predicting wine business trends and helping clients profit from them. We know the sources of supply, their history and capabilities. We know the brands, their people and their finances. We earn trust and guard confidences carefully. We make deals happen. We bring businesses together efficiently, creatively, and when necessary, quickly. We understand the key factors that make your business tick. And we know how to avoid many hidden disasters.

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Bulk Wine and Grape Brokers

  • Press Release: The Turrentine Outlook, Insight into the Changing Supply Dynamics of the Wine Business

    Posted by Kelly June 21, 2016

    The Turrentine Brokerage team is proud to announce the release of Issue 16 of The Turrentine Outlook: Forecasts and Strategies for a Competitive Advantage©. The information in The Turrentine Outlook sets a foundation that illustrates the long-term cycles of the market, and is designed to be supplemented with specific advice and strategy for your individual Read more

  • Turrentine in the News: What the $9 Divide in Wine Sales Means

    Posted by Kelly June 13, 2016

    “Turrentine Brokerage has just released its annual Turrentine Outlook with an overview of the wine supply in California. The 247-page report also focuses on the split between grape and wine supply for brands priced less than $9 per bottle versus brands selling for more than $9 per bottle.” To read the entire article published by Read more

  • Turrentine in the News: Vineyard Economics Seminar

    Posted by Kelly June 2, 2016

    Marc Cuneo & Mike Needham presented at the Vineyard Economics Seminar on May 25th in Napa Valley Marriott. If you didn’t get to see their presentation in person, read about it here: http://www.northbaybusinessjournal.com/northbay/sonomacounty/5659083-181/smaller-2016-winegrape-crop-buyer-fatigue#page=0 Originally published by The Press Democrat May 25th, 2016. Written by Jeff Quackenbush.

  • Lodi Vineyard and Wine Economics Symposium

    Posted by Kelly June 1, 2016

    The Lodi Vineyard and Wine Economics Symposium is scheduled for June 22 at Wine & Roses. Erica Moyer will be speaking at the event on a panel discussing ‘The State of the Land and the Grapes’. For more event details, click here.

  • Vineyard Economics Seminar

    Posted by Kelly May 11, 2016

    Marc Cuneo & Mike Needham will be presenting at the Vineyard Economics Seminar on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 at the Napa Valley Marriott. For more information, click here.

  • Grape Broker Updates

    Posted by Kelly

    Written by Erica Moyer Monterey/San Benito Warm spring temperatures and spring showers are a making for happy vines but canopy growth does not equal more clusters.  The cluster counts are a reflection of last spring where cooler, grey weather dominated the spring for an extended period of time.  These factors are not optimal conditions for Read more

  • Bulk Wine Broker Update

    Posted by Kelly

    Interior: Written by Marc Cuneo The beginning of the year has brought a lot of change to the market for broad California appellation or interior wines.  Last year at this time the majority of bulk wine sellers in the world were feeling that inventory was a liability.  Now due to the challenges of harvest, as Read more

  • International Update

    Posted by Kelly

    Written by Steve Fredricks Last year, my conversations with our strategic partners around the world centered on when the market was going to turn around and when buyers would need to buy bulk wine again. Today those conversations are about how we are going to find the volume that bulk wine buyers most likely will Read more

  • Turrentine Brokerage adds Bryan Foster to Team

    Posted by Kelly

    Turrentine Brokerage is proud to announce the hiring of Bryan Foster as the National Sales Manager of Strategic Brands. Bryan Foster will be responsible for building the Strategic brands business platform, specifically facilitating the sales of Turrentine’s Global partners finished goods into the US. His experience in wholesale distribution, winery logistics, and his extensive networks Read more

  • Steve Fredricks: Prowein Tradeshow Recap

    Posted by Kelly March 22, 2016

    Written by Steve Fredricks, President Prowein in Dusseldorf, Germany continues to grow. In order to accommodate about 1,500 more wineries and countless more visitors, the show moved to a whole new set of buildings in the expansive Messe Center. Prowein is now being housed in 9 separate buildings each seems to be the size of Read more