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Institutional investors are well positioned to benefit this spring and beyond.
Direct-to-consumer value is increasing to reflect shifting volume. In fact, winery direct-to-consumer shipments grew 7% to over $175 million while the average bottle price of shipments is up 16% compared to only a year ago.
How did this increase in value come about? Jenny shares her insights in this month’s blog post.
Major Milestone for San Luis Obispo County Wine Region
San Luis Obispo (SLO) Coast recently became an official American Viticulture Area (AVA). But what does that mean? SLO Coast Wine helps explain:

“Stretching from the border of Santa Barbara County to the Monterey County Line, this AVA includes all vineyards within this 15-mile swath, bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Lucia Mountains. This corridor houses 78 vineyards with 3,942 acres planted to vines and while a majority may be Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, this cool-climate region also plays host to a diversified lineup of other varieties like Albariño, Riesling, Grenache, Zinfandel, and Syrah. For consumers, this new designation gives their wine a true sense of place and understanding of climate soils, and geographic location.”
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This vineyard property totalling 230 acres across 2 parcels could be yours! Beyond the primary residence—prestigious wine grapes and 2 rental homes make it a savvy investment in a stunning setting. First, a custom home crowned atop an emerald hill designed for large-scale entertaining with vast vineyard views. Inside the 4,400 sq.ft. layout you'll find 3 en-suite bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, along with office and bonus room.
Asking $6,050,000
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The perfect scenic vineyard setting to build a custom home you love, this gated 10.5 acre property is completely fenced for your peace and privacy. 
Located in the Adelaida AVA, the desirable 8.4 acre vineyard includes 2.15 acres of Petite Sirah and 6.28 acres of Zinfandel. Planted in 2004, the vineyard yields an average of 3 tons per acre and operates under organic farming practices. You'll also find a 1 bedroom, 1 bath home on site totalling approximately 1,000 sq.ft. At 2-levels, it offers panoramic views of grapevines and green rolling hills beyond. A peaceful pergola offers shaded outdoor entertainment space as well. 
If you're seeking the best of Paso Robles wine country, this stunning vineyard property is home.
Asking $1,650,000
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A 40-acre lot with a thriving 28-acre vineyard, two modern homes that double as in-demand vacation rentals, and a versatile event center in renowned Paso Robles wine country. This dream-come-true is priced to sell. Located minutes from downtown Paso/Hwy 101 and the local airport, the Manor House is a spacious 5-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home built in 2006, and regularly updated.
Sold for $3,200,000
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Riboli Family Wines has announced the acquisition of a new vineyard near their existing Stefano Vineyard in Paso Robles, California for an undisclosed amount.
Located in the El Pomar District, the vineyard is known for Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, and Petite Syrah. This acquisition will be the seventh estate vineyard in Paso Robles for the family. The 100-acre property was chosen for its unique calcareous (limestone) soil and high-quality water supply.

“Our family is thrilled to add another vineyard from the highly sought after El Pomar District AVA”, says 4th generation winemaker, Anthony Riboli. “We are excited to continue expanding in Paso Robles fresh off our acquisition of Jada Vineyard and Winery.”

Jenny Heinzen | Broker/Owner  |  BRE# 01436553  |  (805) 260-0581  |


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