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Bulk Wine and Grape Brokers

  • Selected Recent Sales

    Posted by Kelly October 5, 2016

    Selected Recent Sales of Grapes & Wines in Bulk for October 5, 2016. Bulk Wine Pinot Noir 2015 wine, California, 13,000 gallons at $7.25 per gallon Viognier 2015 wine, California, 5,800 gallons at $6.50 per gallon Merlot 2014 wine, Napa Valley, 3,000 gallons at $22.00 per gallon Merlot 2014 wine, Mendocino County, 5,800 gallons at Read more

  • Grape Broker Video Blog: Interior Harvest Update

    Posted by Kelly September 23, 2016

    Turrentine Grape Broker, Erica Moyer, provides a 2016 harvest update

  • Grape Broker Video Blog: Paso Harvest Update

    Posted by Kelly September 22, 2016

    See Audra’s latest video blog below:

  • Bulk Wine Market Update

    Posted by Kelly August 2, 2016

    INTERIOR Written by Marc Cuneo, Broker/Partner As harvest gets under way bulk demand remains consistent for quality wines, primarily 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir.   In the last few months Buyers have turned their focus from 2015 and 2014 wines to contracts for 2016 and beyond.  Recent sales of 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon have been in Read more

  • Grape Crop Update

    Posted by Kelly

    NORTH COAST Written by Mike Needham, Grape Broker The crop at this point is looking a little bit better than a year ago for most varieties in the North Coast (there are a few exceptions).  Most growers have fewer clusters per vine, but the set is better this year (less shatter).  We are also seeing Read more

  • New Video Blog!

    Posted by Kelly July 29, 2016

    Check out Audra Cooper’s new Video Blog Post:  

  • New Video Blog: Audra Cooper

    Posted by Kelly

    Watch Audra’s Blog Post: July 30th, 2016        

  • 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.