Online Vineyard Map Launched

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Everyvine has a fantastic new Online Map. The map shows locations of all the vineyards, wineries, wine regions, and sale listings in the Everyvine community. You can view the locations won top of a street map or satellite photography. Additionally you can overlay a layer of soil types and explorer the ground beath any vineyard!

The map is a great shapshot of what’s for sale in a wine region. You can easily browse listings of winegrapes, bulk wine, and shiners for sale and view the listings in detail.

It is also the best interactive wine region map I have ever made. One of the hardest features to display well on a map is wine regions. This is because the boundaries overlap and stack on top of one another and it inevitably becomes difficult to figure out which boundary is which. The new online map solves this by displaying all wine regions as clickable features that light up when you move your mouse on top of them.

Test out the online map

about the author

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Jordan Thomas is the creator of Everyvine.com. He worked for many years as a cartographer making maps of the world's wine regions. His passions include geographic systems, viticulture, mathematical modelling, and data mining. Jordan likes to spend his time building things, solving problems, and listening to podcasts.

2 comments

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    boizeau

    Here in Western Washington, we live in the Shadow of the Columbia Basin and, sadly, having such a premium wine region here in our own State seems to be working against the few brave souls wishing to raise wine grapes on the West Side of the Cascades. I would like to know if the Puget Sound region has been analyzed and if any work has been done to identify the few favored locations for wine grape production.
    I have done some personal investigation and there are some very decent spots near the Puget Sound, but WSU has done very little to investigate, since the major growers, “and money” are on the east side.
    I believe my small planting, in Milton WA, recieves in the range of 1,800- 1,900 AHU/50 F.

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    mrjrdnthms

    Everyvine is a community based which means the people who participate truly guide the development and analysis. So, my first suggestion if you want to get good analysis for the region would be for yourself, and other growers in the areas your interested in, to add their vineyards to Everyvine. It is free to add your vineyard and the site automatically gathers and calculates the 150+ statistics in each vineyards profile. Even if you haven’t planted yet, the site allows you to add planned vineyard blocks. This gives you a tool to aide your vineyard development.

    I would also recommend setting the varietal you are planning to plant when you enter any planned vineyards. Everyvine’s rating algorithms run on a weekly basis and they will review any planned sites you enter. If the algorithms find evidence that the site you have chosen has important similarities to top vineyards the blocks will get a medal rating. This can be a good additional tool for assessing sites plans by varietal.

    To add an established or planned vineyard go to this page (you’ll need to log in):
    http://www.everyvine.com/editvineyard/

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