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Where Do Our Grapes Come From?

All Musto’s fresh grapes have been hand selected over the years by Frank Musto. We pride ourselves on working with some of the best wine grapes growers and juice providers in the world. Everyone we work with focuses on producing high quality products in the most sustainable of ways. Below is a list of the AVA’s we source from.

Wine Grapes Available:

  • California (Fall Availability)

    • Suisun Valley (our California vineyard)

    • Napa

    • Sonoma

    • Lodi

    • Central Valley

    • Madera

    • Fresno

    • Paso Robles

    • Amador

    • Sierra Foothills

    • Lake County

  • Washington State (Fall Availability)

    • Wahluke Slope

    • Candy Mountain

    • Red Mountain

    • Rattlesnake Hills

  • Chile (Spring Availability)

  • Argentina (Spring Availability)

  • South Africa (Spring Availability)

Fresh Wine Juices Available:

  • California (Fall Availability)

    • Suisun Valley

    • Lodi

    • Central Valley

  • Washington State (Fall Availability)

  • New York State (Fall Availability)

  • Italy (Fall Availability)

  • Chile (Spring Availability)

  • South Africa (Spring Availability)

  • Australia (Spring Availability)

Sterile Wine Juices (Available year-round)

  • California

  • Italy


Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Viticultural_Area

Equipment we source:

Wine bottles and other glass containers
Winemaking Equipment for Home and Small to Mid-Size Wineries
Winemaking Supplies
Used Wine Barrels
Winery Consulting

Click the links below for information on the appellations from which our grapes are sourced.

California Wine History

Grower Information


What is an AVA?

An American Viticultural Area (AVA) is a delimited grape-growing region distinguishable by geographic features, with boundaries defined by the United States government's Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB). The TTB defines these areas at the request of wineries and other petitioners. There are 173 AVAs in 30 states, with 97 of them in California. They range in size from the Ohio River Valley AVA at 26,000 square miles (67,300 km²) across four states, to the Cole Ranch AVA in Mendocino County, California, at only 62 acres (25 hectares).

Unlike most European appellations, an AVA specifies only a location. It does not limit the type of grapes grown, the method of vinification, or the yield, for example. Some of those factors may, however, be used by the petitioner when defining an AVA's boundaries.


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