Search Vineyards now on Everyvine

Everyvine Vineyard Search

Since launching Everyvine this last spring, we’ve been hard at work building the most comprehensive community of vineyards ever assembled. Getting more complete viticultural data in one place helps growers market their vineyards, allows us to learn from one another, and benefits the industry as a whole.

The support we’ve received from growers has been phenomenal. Since March, over 1,500 vineyards have been added to Everyvine. The database now contains the locations and management information of over 10,000 planted vineyard areas spread across California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Colorado. All told, the data represents a collection of over 1.5 million data points describing climate, soil, topography and vineyard design.

All the data is fantastic but it isn’t useful until we can search through it quickly. Since I first built Everyvine I have been dreaming of a proper search tool that would allow anyone to find the exact vineyard they are looking for. Today I am very pleased to announce it is here:

Check out the new vineyard search page

The vineyard search page replaces the old list of vineyards which had grown so long it was no longer any fun to use. The search allows you to quickly look up a vineyard by name, of course, but you can also filter vineyards in some amazing ways. Here are some examples to give you an idea of what’s possible:

Example Searches:

Feedback is always welcome. Post in comments or email me. Also, if you want to share some interesting searches, feel free to post them in the comments.

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.

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