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Breaking News:
California's 2022 Grape Crush Report Revealed!

The United States Department of Agriculture recently released the latest grape crush report from California and while the total is slightly down from the previous year, it’s still an impressive number coming in at 3,650,143 tons. It turns out that red wine varieties were the most popular, accounting for the largest share of all grapes crushed.

But that’s not all—let’s talk price! The 2022 average price for all grape varieties was $921.10, which is up by almost 7% from 2021. The prices for different types of grapes were also interesting with red wine grapes seeing the biggest increase, going up by 9%. San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara County ("Region 8”) reds are averaging close to $2,000/ton.
Unlocking the
Water Mysteries of Paso Robles Wine Country: Insights from the Groundwater Town Hall 
Discover the latest on water issues in California's wine country in our latest blog post. We provide insights from the recent Paso Robles Groundwater Town Hall hosted at Robert Hall Winery, including the most frequently asked question: Does Paso have enough water to support current needs and future growth? Read on to find out what you need to know about water sources, water use for vineyards, helpful terminology, land use, and more. Plus, learn about the benefits of double average rainfall for vineyard and soil health.
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A high-capacity ultra-premium winemaking facility equipped for crush, fermentation, storage, and barrel aging 250,000 cases annually with potential up to 500,000 cases annually. Close to Highway 101, in the heart of Central Coast wine country, this property is home to a vineyard primarily planted with Cabernet Sauvignon and onsite tasting room. The facility also has proven crush capacity for 5,000 tons annually.  
Asking $14,500,000
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Located in the desirable Willow Creek District of Paso Robles AVA, this 50 acre property offers it all from 40 acres of plantable vineyard land, a winery, and tasting room, to a inviting 3 bedroom vacation home, historic barn, and picturesque pond. The popular tasting room features a wraparound porch surrounded by lush green landscaping while extensive grounds include a 7,000 sq.ft. pond and historic 1,800 sq.ft. barn. Permitted for wine production, the 3,000 sq. ft bonded winery is crafted of concrete block and insulated metal with an HVAC system and 2 large roll-up doors. Excellent potential for wine caves.

Asking $5,750,000
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An ideal opportunity for the savvy lifestyle buyer to own an estate winery in the El Pomar District of the Paso Robles AVA, this 27 acre property offers it all from a vineyard, winery and tasting room to a variety of event and storage spaces—plus a 3 bedroom, 3 bath 2,200 sq. ft. home with two Master Suites. Equipped with 2 productive wells, you'll find nearly 17 acres of primarily Cabernet Sauvignon. The ADA-compliant 3,000 sq. ft. winery is licensed to produce 5,000 cases annually. Mobile bottling line ready, it includes a covered crush pad that's currently used as a tasting and event area. 
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