Chilean Grapes & Juice

NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR 2019

 

Chilean Grape Pricing (18# Lugs)

Cabernet Franc $30.95
Cabernet Sauvignon $30.95
Carmenere $30.95
Malbec $30.95
Merlot $30.95
Petit Verdot $33.95
Pinot Noir $35.95
Syrah $30.95

We will need a deposit of $10 per lug of grapes. Please CLICK HERE to place your GRAPE order and pay for the deposit. (Note: This link will display the deposit amount, not the price of the grapes. See above for pricing.)

Chilean JUICE Pricing (6 GALLON BUCKETS)

Barbera $50.95
Cabernet Franc $51.95
Cabernet Sauvignon $53.95
Cabernet/Merlot/Syrah Blend $54.95
Carmenere $52.95
Malbec $52.95
Merlot $51.95
Petite Sirah $51.95
Pinot Noir $53.95
Sangiovese $51.95
Syrah $51.95
Zinfandel $53.95

Chardonnay $49.95
Gewurztraminer $48.95
Moscatel Alejandria $49.95
Pinot Grigio $49.95
Riesling $47.95
Sauvignon Blanc $49.95
Viognier $48.95

We will need a deposit of $20 per bucket of juice. Please CLICK HERE to place your JUICE order and pay for the deposit. (Note: This link will display the deposit amount, not the price of the grapes. See above for pricing.)

We offer the following volume discounts on qualifying orders:

CHILEAN GRAPES
10 or more boxes:     $1 off each box
50 or more boxes:     $2 off each box
100 or more boxes:     $3 off each box

CHILEAN GRAPE JUICE
8 or more buckets:     $2 off each bucket
40 or more buckets:     $4 off each bucket
80 or more buckets:     $6 off each bucket

Notes about Chilean Grapes

Chile produces consistently high-quality wine grapes, thanks to very reliable weather that rarely produces spring frosts or harvest rains. The sunny climate, tempered by the Pacific to the west and the Andes to the east, promotes sweet fruit and ripe tannins. Carménère, perhaps Chile’s signature red wine, exhibits vibrant flavors of green peppers, dark chocolate, and ripe berries. It produces terrific varietal wines, and is often blended with Cabernet Sauvignon or Merlot. While many of the other varieties of grapes and juice listed below are also available from California in the fall, the change of terroir can deliver distinctive character.

The grapes are carefully packed into 18 pound lugs, loaded into refrigerated ocean containers, and then shipped up the West Coast of South America, through the Panama Canal and up to us here on the East Coast. We often to sell out of some varieties before the shipments arrive (May-June), so please reserve in advance to secure your order.