Dick Ellis of Pebblestone Cellars in Talent, Oregon, cried for 30 years as an enthusiast in the San Francisco Bay Area before buying vineyards in southern Oregon in 2003, where he now grows grapes and produces wine commercially. It highlights the importance of custom processing for a growing wine region and pays tribute to the state-of-the-art, computerized production center in Naumes, combined with Graves` extensive experience, which is key to the continued growth of Pebblestone wines. „We are able to grow our business smoothly and gradually, without making significant investments in equipment or personnel,“ says Ellis. „[Custom Crush] creates an environment where you and other winemakers can exchange ideas, experiences and pitfalls to avoid, because you all work in the same facility. John Aver, Aver Family Wines As the SDC allows customers to set their own corn bills, he says, „We offer differentiation. We create a custom corn invoice according to the customer`s wishes, including the use of their own grain source if they prefer. We even welcome the customer to participate in the development of his specific recipe. Loch & Union has a 5,000-litre washing station, a 3,200-litre spirit drink with a cleaner and a 3,200-litre potted noodle with an 8-plate column, equipped with an external steam basket and allowing for smooth extraction. As it also has a high-speed Borelli bottling line with a four-headed rotary seettier, L &You can handle any bottle size except 1-ounce samples. Baker says, „We took the small step that begins and built a large 8,000 square foot facility for wort, fermentation and distillation and an additional 14,000 square feet for storage. We can grow our brand organically and help others do the same..