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http://server.digimetriq.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Understanding-Vineyard-Winery-Farm-and-Ranch-Valuation-and-State-of.jpg February 15 – Join Zoom on Wednesday, February 17 at 6:30 p.m. for a discussion on evaluating vineyards, wines, farms and ranches and market conditions with our special speaker, David Bolster. David brings valuable insights into this topic with his extensive experience, knowledge and lifetime of experience in the agricultural industry combined with nearly 20 years of real estate experience.

Understanding and negotiating the flow of many complex variables is essential to making informed and appropriate decisions about buying, selling or investing in agricultural real estate improvements. These variables include: location, site suitability, regulations and zoning, market and industry trends, market potential and business models.

Discussions focused on current market conditions, value factors (location, structural improvements, vineyard characteristics, net income, grape market), appraisers, recent activity in the wine market, and buyers: lifestyle or commercial. David will also talk about future and new investments in El Dorado and Amador counties.

All winemakers, wineries and interested parties are invited to this Zoom meeting to better understand what this means for winemakers, wineries and the industry as a whole. Participants are encouraged to ask David questions.

Attendance is not required, but you must register to receive a login to the Zoom meeting.

Register at
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcuceyorzMtHtYCMeA9bTnmVZMsAqOiW3Uf.

After you register, you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to attend the meeting. Depending on the location, same-day registration is possible.

About David Bolster.

David Bolster has been a licensed real estate agent in El Dorado County since 2002 with Century 21 Select Real Estate Group, owned by Daniel Jacuzzi. He specializes in vineyards, farms, ranches and wineries, with a focus on El Dorado County, and also serves the greater Sierra Foothills region.

David received his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Davis and Chico State University. He has lived in El Dorado County all his life and operated a family farm in Camino for many years. He has been a member of the Apple Hill Growers Board of Directors since 1982. David has been involved in several community and business organizations involved in the agriculture industry in El Dorado County and is currently a member of the El Dorado County Board of Agriculture.

Utilities and industry :

  • Vice chairman of the El Dorado County agricultural commission
  • Board of Directors, Apple Hill® Manufacturers Association (18 Jahre).
  • President of the Apple Hill® Manufacturers Association (5 years).
  • Board of Directors of the El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce (5 years).
  • President of the El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce in 1989.
  • Board of Directors, El Dorado County Farm Bureau (3 years)
  • Vorstand, El Dorado County Economic Development Corporation (3 Jahre)
  • Chairman of the El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Committee (8 years).
  • Mitglied des U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service District Committee, comté d’El Dorado.
  • Berater, United States Agency for International Development, Guatemala, 1998.
  • Sacramento Metro Chamber ATS – ATS, 2005, Washington, DC.
  • Subcommittee on Marketing Subcommittee on Marketing Subcommittee on Marketing Subcommittee on Marketing Subcommittee on Marketing Subcommittee on Marketing Subcommittee on Marketing Subcommittee on Marketing Subcommittee on Marketing
  • Chairman of the Board of Directors of Snowline Hospice.
  • Associate member, Eldorado Winegrowers Association

EABRGA and comments of interest.

Renewal date of membership in the ETWG.

The WGDEA appreciates the support of your members who are committed to serving the wine growers of El Dorado County. Membership is for one calendar year. If you joined or renewed your membership in November or December 2020, you are valid until 2021. If you are already a member, we thank you and welcome you. If you would like to become a new member, we are happy to do so. If you have any help or questions, please contact Karen at [email protected] or 707-853-3025. She can also help you with your user profile, login, or other questions about the website. http://www.eldoradograpes.com.

Invitation to contribute to the new PSWG Instagram page.

The ETWG is pleased to announce the creation of our first Instagram page. This is made possible by Audra Naumann, our newest board member. We invite you to participate by sending Audra photos of anything related to vineyards, wines, etc. in El Dorado County. A description of your photos would be very helpful, but is not required. Descriptions include things like general location in the county, AVA, grape variety, elevation. Have fun! Email your photos to [email protected].

IN GOOD HEALTH! The announcement of the launch of the grape sale is on its way!

Are your profile and variety list ready? Grape buyers and growers are already thinking about their plans for 2021. Are you ready? The EDWGGA Board of Directors has decided to start selling our grapes earlier than usual to generate interest and activity in the early stages of grape sales.

The list of EDWGGA 2020 grapes for sale has been completely cleaned up. It’s time to go to your profile and update your history, add photos, elevation, AGM, soil, clones, attributes, prices, grower quotes, etc. We know it’s early, but if possible, include in your profile the estimated capacity of your varieties, growing conditions and any special growing methods that may be of interest. If you do not know the price per ton, please add REQUEST.

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