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California had 555,000 bearing acres of wine grapes in 2015, when there were over 3.9 million tons of grapes crushed. Average yields were seven tons an acre, and the average grower price was $670 a ton, down from the peak $745 a ton in 2014. Between 2002 and 2004, grower prices were less than $500 a ton.
Chardonnay was 16 percent of the 2015 crush and Cabernet 12 percent. Fresno-area Chardonnay sold for an average $365 a ton in 2015, while Napa Cabernet sold for an average $6,300 a ton.