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Local Grapes and Juices: Fall Harvest
Our 2021 season is just around the corner and the vintage is looking promising! We are accepting orders NOW!
Great wine starts with quality grapes! We have longstanding relationships with, and buy only from the best growers in the region to provide consistently high quality grapes and juice for our customers and our own award-winning wines. Juices are lightly pressed, chilled and settled with no water added and no alterations made to acid or sugar levels, unless noted.
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See our Winemaker's ongoing assessment of this year's harvest conditions here.
As usual, our commitment is to work with our growers and suppliers to make sure our customers will have access to as much fresh Local Grapes and Juices as can be found. Check our Winemaker's Harvest Blog for timely updates and winemaking suggestions throughout the season.
See all the grapes and juices we have to offer this year here.
There will not be any minimum order requirements for our Local Juice this year; you can request any quantities of juice to fit your needs. Local Grapes for pickup must be ordered by the Tuesday before the weekend specified on the schedule.
We cannot ship fresh local grapes or juice, so all grape and juice orders must be picked up at the winery. Need a shippable fresh juice option? Try our excellent quality Australian Juices.
SEE LIST OF PRODUCTS AND PRICING HERE. CALL 814-725-1314 TO PLACE YOUR ORDER OR ORDER ONLINE USING THE BUTTONS BELOW.
PIWC has a comprehensive inventory of winemaking supplies and equipment to accompany your grapes and juice. You can browse our online store and place orders online, by phone, or at our sales desk. You can save time on pick-up day by placing your equipment orders ahead of time so we can have them waiting for you when you pick up your grapes and/or juice. For customers new to making wine from juice, our PIWC Winemaking Kits are an attractively priced bundled package with the basic equipment you will need to make your juice into your first batch of wine.