Starting a winery called BLACK CLOUD in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley.
The ups, the downs and the everyday experiences as we build our dream.
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$4200 a ton.
I'm still trying to figure who is doing this. And why? What kind of freakville business plan is this?
We pay about $2000 /ton for Merlot.
Rule of thumb: Knock the last two digits off the ton price to approximate the retail value of a bottle on release. So $42 for a brand new winery with no track record? Over $85 on a restaurant list?
Those are big balls.
I guess everyone wants to be instantly rich. While in Chile and Argentina there are folks working the grapes for about $9.00 (US) a day. That'll keep your costs down.
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