NASS updates 2012 grape crush figures

NASS updates 2012 grape crush figures

The most significant change by tonnage was an increase of 54.2 crushed tons of Cabernet Sauvignon in 2012.   

The National Agricultural Statistics Service has a correction to its 2012 California final grape crush report.

The most significant change by tonnage was an increase of 54.2 crushed tons of Cabernet Sauvignon.

At the state level, tons crushed in 2012 increased by 347.6 tons to 4,387,433.9 tons.

The average price per ton paid for grapes increased by $0.15 per ton to $737.76.

The Errata to the Final Grape Crush Report, 2012 Crop is online at www.nass.usda.gov/ca.

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