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Wednesday 28 June 2017
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What’s In A Number – Measuring Arizona Grape Production

Arizona Grape production is often questioned. What with the legendary heat of the state, most people assume that Wine Makers are using raisins! Joking aside, Arizona Grape Production is an art in itself. 

Arizona’s grape harvest traditionally runs from early August to mid-October. Invariably, at this time of year, one of the most common questions we are asked in our tasting rooms centers on the metrics of wine production.

For example, customers often ask us about how much wine we get from a single vine. They ask about how large the industry is, and how much wine is produced here in the Grand Canyon state. Thankfully, in recent years numerous official government sources have published reliable metrics that, when combined answer these questions and give us an enhanced awareness of the size, scope and production capacity of Arizona’s in-state farm wineries.  < READ MORE >harvesting - flying-leap