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West Coast Bottles is clearing out their warehouse on October 25 (Friday) starting at 8 a.m. Glass is $3 a case. This special pricing applies to cased goods with slight damage (e.g., crushed corners) and/or on very small lots. First come, first served. Buyer transports.
Warehouse: 8440 Rovana Court Sutie 400, Sacramento, CA 95828.
Grapes available are:
Zin, approx 15 tons at $0.50 per pound picked.
Cab Franc, 10 tons available at $0.50 per pound picked.
Nebbiolo, 3 tons available at $1.00 per pound picked.
Grapes are farmed in Camino at 2781 and 2785 Larson Rd.
Crystal Basin Cellers is one of the wineries that purchases their fruit.
Contact is Janet Biama at 949-973-7557.
Canale Vineyard writes:
Canale Vineyards is a family owned small vineyard in the Dry Valley AVA. The Canale Ranch has been in our family since the 1940’s when my grandfather purchased the property as a prune orchard. But scattered amongst the prune trees he planted zinfandel, grenache, carigangne, and other assorted white vines for his personal winemaking consumption.
Today, we farm primarily zinfandel grapes and a little bit of cabernet. The original zinfandel was planted to St George root stock in the late 1960’s and cabernet in the early 70’s. A portion of the original zinfandel remain and in 2011, 1/2 of the vineyard (1,000 vines) were re-planted to zinfandel, again using St George root stock and field grafted with zinfandel bud wood from the existing and original zinfandel planted in the 1960’s.
Though not certified, we utilize organic farming practices using only elemental sulfur to protect against powdery mildew. Weeds are managed, not eradicated, using labor and not herbicides. The original zinfandel are dry farmed while the newer vines are currently supported with irrigation until they are fully mature, at which point they too will be dry farmed. The result of our style of farming is a vineyard which reflects the feelings of wild Sonoma County while producing a zinfandel that results in a zesty, spicy wine,
Currently we have 2 tons of zinfandel available for $1,500/ton or $.75/lb.
As of 10:00am Friday October 4, 2019 fruit tested at 24 Brix. Grapes are ready for harvest now and will peak over the next week given temperature forecast for the next 7 days.
Fruit is clean, free of mildew/bunch rot.
Small quantities can be accommodated, as well as self-pick arrangements. On-site crushing is also available and is included in price.
The vineyard is located at 2150 West Dry Creek Rd, Healdsburg, CA 95448.
Contact person is:
For Sale: 1/2 ton Napa Cabernet Sauvignon from Calistoga AVA. 24 Brix. $1,000 for 1/2 ton. Available now.
Contact Mike Harris at 916 712-1912.
Paul and Nancy Baldwin have about 600 pounds of real nice Barbera at 24 brix and good acid due to a late ripening clone. They also have about 2000 lb of Zin at 21-23 brix. Free use of boxes, clippers and crusher-destemer with our help. 100lb minimum, 60 cents/pound u pick.
Call Paul 916-425-4763.
John Davis in West Sacramento writes:
“my vineyard has approximately 1200 pounds of grapes mostly cab sauv on 3309 rootstock. I also have merlot, sryah, and cab franc. Sugar is at 24 brix so it is ready for harvest. Ph usually is around 3.7.”
Grapes are 50 cents a lb. Buyer picks. Hand crank destemmer-crusher available for use.
Call John at 916 825-5578 with any questions.
Zinfandel and Syrah for sale:
Element 79 Vineyards, located in the Fair Play AVA of El Dorado County/Sierra Foothills at 2400 feet elevation writes:
Zinfandel – Our Zinfandel has won Double Gold at the San Francisco Chronicle Commercial Wine Competition. It is Dupratt clone on 101-14 rootstock, VSP and cordon pruned to 8×5 spacing and farmed with great pride and best practices. We prune to a yield of 4 tons per acre and we use deficit irrigation practices both which enhanced flavors. $.65 per pound and minimum of 500 lbs. Harvest on the Zin will be late September or early October.
Syrah – We may have a couple tons available this year. It is the fantastic 877 Clone on 101-14 rootstock, VSP and cane pruned to 8×5 spacing and farmed with great pride and best practices. We sell all that we don’t use to a top tier Napa winemaker and this year we have a larger crop so we have a couple extra tons. No watering was necessary this year. $.90 per pound and a minimum of 500 lbs. Harvest will be late September.
We will pick it for you but you must bring your own macro bins or containers. We have a forklift on site and will load for you. Call Les for maturity numbers. We will be taking samples at least weekly from now through harvest.
Come up to our tasting room and taste the estate wines we make from these grapes. You will be glad you did and we would love to meet you.
Call Les Heinsen at 916-337-2718 or email email@example.com
Boutique vineyard in Clements, CA has extra merlot grapes looking for good homes.
Grower has a forklift, bins, destemmer on-site for groups to use as well as a scale.
Buyer pick prices
$7 per lb from 0-100 lbs
$6 per lb from 100 to 500 lbs
$5 per lb from 500-1,999 lbs
$4 per lb from 2000+
Call for grower pick prices- 500lbs plus only
Harvest starts September 23.
Best contact is Paul Smith 209 595- 6723 or Paulsmithbros@gmail.com.
Grenache and Sangiovese for sale.
Grenache: 300-400 lbs. available. Brix was at 22.5 Brix on Sept. 8. Sangiovese is about 22 Brix on Sept. 8.
$0.60 lb. Buyer picks.
Contact Doug MacKenzie: 530 383-8058 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grapes for Sale: Mourvèdre, Carignane, and Zinfandel.
120-year old vines are dry-farmed by 3rd generation Sandy Lane grower in Oakley / Antioch area. Grapes from these vineyards have been purchased by Ridge Wine, Ledson Winery, and Boony Doon Vineyard.
Grapes are ready now. $0.75 lb. you pick; $1 lb. grower picks.
Contact directly: Dan Gonsalves at 925 695-5747 or email@example.com.