UC study shows new vineyard cost

June 2004
Western Farm Press;6/5/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 14, p11
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Reports on the publication by the University of California of a study examining the cost of establishing a vineyard and producing wine grapes in the North Coast region of California. Basing of the study on a hypothetical farm using common practices in Sonoma County; Presentation of per-acre costs; Emphasis on Chardonnay variety.


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