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Napa Valley 2012 Harvest Report

The Napa Valley Vintners Association put together a terrific summary of facts, figures, history and statistics you might find interesting. Did you know:

  • One barrel of wine equals 20 cases, which equals 1200 glasses.
  • A ton of grapes makes about 720 bottles of wine, or 60 cases.
  • One vine annually produces 4 – 6 bottles of wine, or 20 – 30 glasses.
  • Each bottle of wine contains about 2.8 pounds of grapes; that means it takes about a half a pound of grapes to produce a five-ounce glass of wine.
  • There are between 15 and 45 clusters of grapes per vine.
  • One acre of land is home to between 900 – 1300 vines.

All fun facts are estimates.

For a more detailed report, please click here.

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