AcreTrader Publishes California Wine Grape Research

Fayetteville, Arkansas, May 25, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Acre Trader, the land investment platform at the intersection of agriculture, technology and finance, recently released “Issues in the California Wine Industry: Exploring the Paso Robles AVA,” an analysis of supply and demand dynamics in the current wine market. The report examines market changes to provide farmland investors with insight into factors affecting land values ​​of California wine grape acreage, especially within the Paso Robles American Viticultural Area (AVA). , which grows rapidly.
California wine grape markets have been characterized in recent years by the continued primacy of consumer tastes. Known for its cabernet sauvignon varietal red wine, Paso Robles is well positioned to meet the demand for premium wines. As Paso Robles wines have become increasingly popular, the wine region has received coverage in leading industry publications such as wine enthusiast and Bloombergunderscored by high-profile property acquisitions by top wineries like Duckhorn and E&J Gallo.
AcreTrader Research examines these factors in depth and discusses the potential impacts of water scarcity on vineyard acreage and land values.
AcreTrader’s agricultural sourcing team is made up of professionals in finance and alternative asset management, as well as individuals with prior experience in agricultural operations. As part of a rigorous due diligence process, the team conducts macroeconomic research on any specialty crop grown in an investment property listed on the platform. They have previously published a market report on pistachios and almonds.
“AcreTrader is passionate about bringing unique permanent crop investment opportunities to farmland investors. Our research efforts are aimed at equipping investors with the knowledge they need to make informed investment decisions about opportunities like the ones we are seeing in Paso Robles,” said Drew Lipke, Chief Investment Officer at AcreTrader.
Since its founding in 2018, AcreTrader has made more than 130 farmland investments totaling approximately $400 million, including vineyard investments. Their industry relationships and experienced team provide maximum exposure to business flow and scalable investment.
About AcreTrader
AcreTrader is a land investment and technology company that empowers clients to buy and sell land smarter through advanced technology, data and expertise. Since its founding in 2018, AcreTrader has expanded access to research, buy, sell and invest in land to thousands of investors, registered investment advisers, farmers and landowners in the US and Australia. AcreTrader Financial, LLC, is a registered broker-dealer, member of FINRA/SIPC that offers access to agricultural and timber investments to accredited investors through its platform. For more information, including our terms of use, privacy policy, and risk factors, learn more by visiting

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