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Bulk Wine and Grape Brokers

  • 2020 Wine and Grape Industry Forum

    Posted by Kelly October 7, 2020

    The San Joaquin Valley Winegrowers Association is hosing their annual event, Wine and Grape Industry Forum. Speakers include: Stephen Rannekleiv of Rabobank: The Market and Economics of the Wine Industry Jeff Bitter of Allied Grape Growers: 2020 Crush and What Happened Brian Clements of Turrentine Brokerage: Winegrape Market and the Fallout from 2020 Senator Andreas Borgeas Read more

  • Turrentine in the News: Bulk Wine Purchases

    Posted by Kelly March 19, 2020

    Steve Fredricks, President, Turrentine Brokerage was quoted in the article published by WineBusiness.com titled ‘Buyers Could Hit Pause Button on Bulk Wine Purchases’.  The article is written by Erin Kirschenmann, March 19, 2020.  

  • Turrentine in the News: Grape Crush Report

    Posted by Kelly February 11, 2020

    The California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Preliminary Grape Crush Report for 2019 has been released. It is a summary for the supply of the wine and grape industry, containing tons crushed and prices of wine grapes sold during the 2019 harvest. The below are articles Turrentine Brokerage contributed analysis. Napa Valley Register: ‘California’s grape Read more

  • Press Release: 2019 Grape Crush Report

    Posted by Kelly February 10, 2020
  • Turrentine in the News: Growers switch gears after grape glut

    Posted by Kelly November 14, 2019

    In an article written by Ross Courtney titled, ‘Growers switch gears after grape glut’ Brian Clements, Turrentine Brokerage, discusses the 2019 Grape Market and reviews the Turrentine Wheel. To read the article, Click Here. ‘

  • Market Update

    Posted by Kelly September 20, 2019

    Grape Market Update North Coast – Mike Needham Sparkling wine producers are reporting that Chardonnay is picking out on estimates which are close to the five-year average, but below last year. Sauvignon Blanc harvest is well under way in Lake County, and while yields appear to fluctuate from vineyard to vineyard, it appears to be Read more

  • Turrentine in the News: Grape Growers Without Contracts Face Challenging Year

    Posted by Kelly September 18, 2019

    Winebusiness.com published an article titled ‘Grape Growers Without Contracts Face Challenging Year’ written by Kerana Todorov on September 18th, 2019. Brian Clements, Turrentine Brokerage Vice President, discussed current harvest dynamics. To read the full article, click here.

  • Trained For “Saving Lives”

    Posted by Kelly July 19, 2019

    Turrentine Brokerage is a proud supporter of the “Saving Lives” program created by Ron Rubin. If you work at a winery that is not already taking advantage of this program, please see the information below. Trained For “Saving Lives” In 2009, while he was training for what would have been his eighth marathon, Ron Rubin Read more

  • 2018 Crop Contest Winners!

    Posted by Kelly July 12, 2019

    Don’t miss your chance to win the 2019 Turrentine Crop Contest. Enter Today! http://www.turrentinebrokerage.com/crop-contest-2019/

  • The Crunch Before Crush

    Posted by Kelly June 28, 2019

    Based upon the weather patterns this spring, it is difficult to comprehend that harvest will start in the next six to eight weeks. The crush may not be starting for months, but the bulk wine market crunch has already begun. Due to our experience with the balance of supply to demand and understanding the cycles, Read more