Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Does Eagle Wine Company (EWC) make the wine or does the client make the wine?
A: The client is ultimately responsible for deciding wine style and quality. Clients may be or have their own winemaker, or EWC can provide winemaking services. EWC staff will maintain routine communication with each client to their designated representative. All services will be arranged in advance through the EWC team and the client.
Q: Is there a minimum amount of grapes required to become a client at the Eagle Wine Company?
A: There is a 2-ton minimum lot size fee. Should your grapes come in under this amount, fees for 2 tons will apply.
Q: How do I get more information to become a client at Eagle Wine Company?
A: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org. In the email, include a little information about your company. Also, what style of wine you wish to produce, how many lots, and how many tons? We will respond to your inquiry as quickly as we can.
Q: Where can I buy Eagle Wine Company wine?
A: EWC does not produce our own wine. We are dedicated solely to the production of our client’s wines.
Q: Does Eagle Wine Company make or sell bulk or bottled wine?
A: EWC does not make any bulk wine for sale. Through our winemaking consulting services we can help you source bulk wine, and of course we will happily will process and bottle wine that you have acquired elsewhere with our a la carte services menu.
Q: Does Eagle Wine Company sell bulk grapes?
A: Our clients source all their own grapes. Grapes come to us from all over Idaho and the Northwest, including the Eagle Foothills, Snake River Valley, Lewis and Clark and the Columbia Valley. Through our winemaking consulting services we can help you source grapes and of course we will happily turn those grapes into wine for you with our Full Service or a la carte services menus.