First, thank you to all who completed the 2015 census form. We greatly appreciate the time and effort you put into it.
Click here to view the preliminary prices per ton for grapes at the regional and state levels from the 2015 Oregon Vineyard and Winery Census. You’ll notice in the report that we have included weighted averages for grape tonnage prices by region, as well as minimum and maximum prices per ton to provide a more comprehensive picture of prices around the state.
If you have any questions about this report, please direct them to Marie Chambers at the Oregon Wine Board or Rikki Pritzlaff at the Southern Oregon University Research Center (SOURCE).
Rikki is currently analyzing all of the submitted data and preparing to release the full 2015 Oregon Vineyard and Winery Census in August. OWB will send the report to you as soon as it is available, so keep an eye on your email and this blog.
Both reports will be made available through email and posted to the Resources section of the industry website early in August. Click here to view past years reports.
Grape Pricing and Census Timeline
|February – May||Forms Collected|
|June||Data Analyzed and Validated|
|July||Grape Pricing Report Released|
|August||Complete Census Report Released|
The annual Vineyard and Winery Production Census is used to communicate industry facts such as grape pricing, economic impact, market growth and much more. Contact Marie Chambers at the Oregon Wine Board for more information.
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