Tag Archives: Amador County California
Contact: Paul Di Stefano @ 916-335-0028 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I will have Viognier grapes available for sale this season(2015) they are Shenandoah Valley AVA (Amador County) sustainably grown on vertical trellis. Our Viognier are medal and best of region winners at the California State Fair.
Delivered: $1,500 a ton; $800 1/2ton. If you pick up at the vineyard: $1,400 ton, $750 1/2 ton.
Contact: Paul Di Stefano @ (916) 335-0028 or Sentineloakcellars@yahoo.com
I am selling highest quality Syrah, AVA Shenandoah Valley (Amador). Estate grown @1,500 ft, on vertical trellis.The grapes have a long history of producing benchmark wines and are California State Fair medalists. You will like their deep color, classic aromas and flavors.
I will harvest, ton:$1,500. 1/2 ton $800. delivered. If you pick up @vineyard: $1,400 ton; $750 1/2 ton. Harvest 1st wk Sept.2014
Contact Sue Sommerset at email@example.com or 916-354-2050.
Alicante Bouschet from the renouned Cooper vineyards of Amador County. Need one or two folks to join me in discovering this interesting grape. The Cooper Alicante Bouschet wine is excellent! Contact Sue if interested – and hurry please!!
1 ¾ tons of very good high altitude Syrah grapes for $1200 a ton. 250 lbs minimum. It will be an assisted self pick and we would have to work out a mutual time, though I am usually somewhat flexible. The last readings available are from 9/20. 25.5 brix and 3.65 pH.
We do not have a crusher/stemmer available. Our vineyard is at an elevation of 3000’ on a south slope in Amador County. Wine made commercially with our grapes consistently scored 93-94 from Wine
Slate Creek Hills is located in Fiddletown, CA (Amador county) where, at 1800 feet elevation, we have cool evenings and warm days leading to excellent fruit.
Our small vineyard includes five varietals- Grenache, Tempranillo, Malbec, Cabernet Franc, and Sangiovese- which are maintained by hand. This fourth year of growing allows us to sell 1 bin of each Grenache and Cabernet Franc at a price of $800/bin. (Possibly will sell 1/2 bin if winemaker has bin to bring) Grapes should be ready for harvest in September …we pick – no crusher stemmer available.