Have you been to the Napa Valley and gone wine tasting? If so, you wonder just how many vines there, how much the grapes thereon costs or even what it takes to make a glass of wine. As to how much grape juice it takes to make a glass of wine, below is the page were I have written 7 posts about such.
If you want to know more about the costs of the different varieties of grapes and how many tons of each is grown here in the Napa Valley, then L Pierce Caron’s article, Value of 2013 grape harvest comes close to record, in the Napa Valley Register is for you. Below is a few of these from Pierce’s article.
2013 harvest by the numbers
• 172,978 — Tons of wine grapes harvested in Napa County in 2013. 2012 figure: 181,183. Previous all-time high in 2005: 180,800.
• $638 million — The total value of the 2013 Napa County grape harvest. 2012 figure: $648 million.
• 65,757 — Tons of Napa County cabernet sauvignon in 2013. 2012 figure: 70,935.
• 30,776 — Tons of Napa County chardonnay in 2013. 2012 figure: 31,791.
• $5,499 — Price per ton of Napa County cabernet sauvignon. 2012 figure: $5,101.
• $2,474 — Price per ton of Napa County chardonnay. 2012 figure: $2363.
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