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39 Wine & Grape Industry Takeaways
The wine industry’s leading trade show, the 29th Annual Unified Wine and Grape Symposium covers topics from vineyard efficiency, marketing trends, and consumer data to harvest equipment, technology and the future of agriculture. 
This year Jenny and Randy Heinzen joined over 10,000 people in Sacramento, California to learn, connect, and share 3 full-days of presentations and workshops. Now Jenny is sharing the most important insights with you in her latest blog post!
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Holly Smith Jenny Heinzen Real Estate/Vineyard Professional Real Estate has put together a comprehensive and informative presentation about groundwater in the Paso Robles area. 
Check it out and reach out with any questions!
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The ultimate wine country estate, this 90+ acre property includes over 80 gross vineyard acres with average yields of 5-6 tons per acre and excellent water. Grapes sell for $2,500-$3,300/ton. Beyond a winery and tasting room, the property features a stunning Mediterranean home and spacious guest residence—all with sweeping views of grapevines, oak trees, and rolling green hills.
Asking $14,500,000
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The prestigious 285 acre Jack Ranch is Edna Valley's crown jewel. Beyond a premier location, the San Luis Obispo property includes a sizable vineyard, citrus, rangeland, and a Ranch Headquarters site nestled within the vineyards that allows up to two (2) homesites and residential accessory structures including an Accessory Dwelling Unit. In addition to the Ranch Headquarters site, there is a 1.4 acres building envelope identified for a future winery site—all within San Luis Obispo Country Club gates. Active across ranching, land development, banking, and more—the pioneering Jack family has played an essential role in the history of California's Central Coast. Now it's your turn to shape what's next.

Asking $14,250,000
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This 83+ acre vineyard property in the Trilogy at Monarch Dunes community is entering its prime production years. The asking price pencils out to $30k per acre purchase as compared to the $55-80k average value per planted acre in the region. Varieties include Pinot Noir (47.4 acres), Chardonnay (31.1 acres), Gewurztraminer (1.1 acres), and Albarino (3.4 acres).
Asking $2,500,000
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Located in the desirable Highlands District of Paso Robles AVA, this remarkable 640 acre property includes 47+ acres of planted vineyards and 4.25 acres of pomegranates. Known for award-winning wines, Judd Vineyard is currently leased through 2022. Celebrated varieties include: Cabernet Sauvignon (14.79 acres), Malbec (7.18 acres), Petite Verdot (5.58 acres), Barbera (6.93), Tempranillo (9.18), and Muscat Canelli (4.1 acres).
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