Industry Outlook: A Look Ahead at 2015. Presentation by Erica Moyer & Audra Cooper.
Get a look at the current state of the 2014 grape and bulk wine inventories and see projections for the year ahead. How much bulk wine is in storage? Will prices be rising, falling or holding steady? Plan your grape growing and winemaking strategies with this valuable data as your foundation.
Marc Cuneo and Steve Fredricks will be attending the Prowein show in Dusseldorf Germany March 15, 16, and 17. Prowein is the most important wine trade fair of the year attending by wine buyers and sellers from all wine producing and consuming countries in the world. Over the years we have been able to initiate and / or complete an number of deals for wineries sourcing French, Italian, Spanish, Chilean, Australian, and Argentine wine in bulk and in control label branded wines. We also use this opportunity to catch up on the market conditions around the world in meetings with our strategic partners San Nicolas Wine Services, Austwine, and CIVS. Contact us if you would like to set up any meetings while we are there or are interested in market update when we return.
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We are proud to announce Audra Cooper and William Goebel will be presenting! The presentation will provide a Market Update for Grapes and Bulk Wine. For more information about the event, please click on the image below.
This event is a new forum for ultra-premium wineries focused on cutting-edge innovations that advance wine quality. This day-long event will take place March 4, 2015 at Charles Krug Winery in the Napa Valley. This event is produced by Wine Business Monthly.
Come say hello to Team Turrentine at Booth #318!
As a Turrentine client, you’re invited to join us for a free exhibition hall pass, register with the code: guest
Tuesday February 24, 2015
13500 U.S. 101
Hopland, CA 95449
Wednesday February 25, 2015
Alexander Valley Community Hall
5512 Highway 128
Thursday February 26, 2015
1075 California Blvd.
Napa, CA 94559]]>
The 2014 Preliminary Grape Crush Report, as released by the National Agriculture Statistics Service, announced a California statewide winegrape crop of 3.91 million tons. The total crush of wine grapes declined in 2014 from 2013 some 340,000 tons or about 58 million gallons. Overall, this decline is a healthy thing for the wine business, which has ample inventories to feed growth after two previous years of larger than average crop yields.
See Turrentine’s Press Release below.
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