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Robert Weinstock

Director of Vineyard Operations

E. & J. Gallo Winery

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E. & J. Gallo Winery

600 Yosemite Boulevard

Modesto, California,95354

United States

Company Description

Founded by brothers Ernest and Julio Gallo in 1933 in Modesto, California, E. & J. Gallo Winery is the world's largest family-owned winery and the acclaimed producer of award-winning wines and spirits featured in more than 90 countries around the globe. A pion...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Terlato Wine Group Company


Grower Relations Manager

Alderbrook Winery , LLC


Chief

Viticulturist


Chief Viticulturist - Grower Relations

Terlato Wines


Executive Vice President of Operations

Susan Burrowes , Ltd


Affiliations

Dry Creek Agricultural Water Users

Board Member and President


Santa Rosa Junior College

Member


Weinstock Cellars Inc.

Founder


Web References(16 Total References)


www.arboretum.org

Rob Weinstock (Chief Viticulturist, Terlato Wine Group)With unbridled energy and enthusiasm, Rob Weinstock has a passion for creating the highest quality wines beginning at their source: in the vineyards themselves.Since 2002 he has been Manager of Vineyard Operations and Grower Relations for the Terlato Family wineries in California.In his position, Weinstock oversees all of the vineyard practices for the Terlato Wine Group properties, including Alderbrook Vineyards in Sonoma County, Rutherford Hill and Chimney Rock Wineries in Napa Valley, Sanford Winery in Santa Barbara County and Terlato Family Vineyards in Napa and Sonoma.Prior to joining the Terlato Wine Group, Weinstock served as Director of Vineyard operations for Brutocao Vineyards of Hopland, California and as a viticulturist and consultant to various Napa and Sonoma County wineries.Weinstock's family has been growing grapes in California for three generations and he continues to farm his family's vineyards in Dry Creek Valley.With some 30 years of experience in all aspects of vineyard management and operations, Weinstock brings practical experience and deep insight to the position.He is a board member and President of Dry Creek Agricultural Water Users and serves his alma mater as a member of the Santa Rosa Junior College Viticulture Advisory Committee.


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"Once the temperature gets in the triple digits, the leaves turn away from the sun and they start simulating, trying to maintain as much water as possible," said Rob Weinstock, Terlato Wine Group's (TWG) chief viticulturist.According to Weinstock, when the temperature gets much over 100°F, vines simply shut down and go into survival mode, holding moisture in the trunk and roots and expending only enough energy to keep the canopy cool. Fletcher and Weinstock have collaborated on a three-prong approach, which starts with row direction.TWG's vineyard team, directed by Weinstock, has spent many long hours in the heat ensuring that the vineyards are being maintained and properly balanced.


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The association's president, Peter Van Alyea, introduced the panelists: Rob Weinstock, Chief Viticulturist and Grower Relations Manager for Alderbrook Vineyards and Winery; Dave Stare, Owner and Founder of Dry Creek Vineyard; Jacques Schlumberger, Owner and President, Michel-Schlumberger Wine Estate; and Bill Frick, Owner and Winemaker, Frick Winery.
"The evolution of Dry Creek Valley has been as diverse in cultures as in crops and grape varieties," said Rob Weinstock, who grew up in the valley, farming his family vineyards where he still resides. From the valley's earliest beginnings, pioneers of diverse cultures -- Spanish, French, Mexican and the Italians who planted the coveted Zinfandel grapes -- have left their imprint. Today, Dry Creek Valley continues to reflect an array of growers and vintners, from newcomers to fourth and fifth generation farmers and winemakers. The crops that have been planted in Dry Creek Valley have also evolved, from pears, prunes, apricots, livestock and grapes to a rich assortment of premium grape varieties -- Sauvignon Blanc, Rhone and Bordeaux varieties -- as well as the historic Zinfandel grape variety of the region. "Zinfandel still reigns as king in Dry Creek Valley," said Weinstock. "Its value as a cash crop during Prohibition and the Great Depression saved many ranches from foreclosure, and Zinfandel thrives in this viticultural region." "The climate of this narrow valley, with its well-drained soils, is also evolving," explained Weinstock. "The completion of the earthen dam that created Lake Sonoma altered the flow of Dry Creek, making it no longer 'dry.' Today, we realize the macro and micro climates from the valley floor, to the upper benchlands, to the hillsides are ideally suited to the grape varieties of the present and future." "This appellation provides growers and winemakers with many, many opportunities to grow and produce some of the finest selection of grapes and wines here in the North Coast," stated Weinstock.


www.winegrowersofdrycreek.com [cached]

The association's president, Peter Van Alyea, introduced the panelists: Rob Weinstock, Chief Viticulturist and Grower Relations Manager for Alderbrook Vineyards and Winery; Dave Stare, Owner and Founder of Dry Creek Vineyard; Jacques Schlumberger, Owner and President, Michel-Schlumberger Wine Estate; and Bill Frick, Owner and Winemaker, Frick Winery."The evolution of Dry Creek Valley has been as diverse in cultures as in crops and grape varieties," said Rob Weinstock, who grew up in the valley, farming his family vineyards where he still resides.From the valley's earliest beginnings, pioneers of diverse cultures - Spanish, French, Mexican and the Italians who planted the coveted Zinfandel grapes - have left their imprint.Today, Dry Creek Valley continues to reflect an array of growers and vintners, from newcomers to fourth and fifth generation farmers and winemakers. The crops that have been planted in Dry Creek Valley have also evolved, from pears, prunes, apricots, livestock and grapes to a rich assortment of premium grape varieties - Sauvignon Blanc, Rhone and Bordeaux varieties - as well as the historic Zinfandel grape variety of the region."Zinfandel still reigns as king in Dry Creek Valley," said Weinstock."Its value as a cash crop during Prohibition and the Great Depression saved many ranches from foreclosure, and Zinfandel thrives in this viticultural region." "The climate of this narrow valley, with its well-drained soils, is also evolving," explained Weinstock."The completion of the earthen dam that created Lake Sonoma altered the flow of Dry Creek, making it no longer 'dry.' Today, we realize the macro and micro climates from the valley floor, to the upper benchlands, to the hillsides are ideally suited to the grape varieties of the present and future.""This appellation provides growers and winemakers with many, many opportunities to grow and produce some of the finest selection of grapes and wines here in the North Coast," stated Weinstock.


www.winegrowers.org [cached]

The association's president, Peter Van Alyea, introduced the panelists: Rob Weinstock, Chief Viticulturist and Grower Relations Manager for Alderbrook Vineyards and Winery; Dave Stare, Owner and Founder of Dry Creek Vineyard; Jacques Schlumberger, Owner and President, Michel-Schlumberger Wine Estate; and Bill Frick, Owner and Winemaker, Frick Winery."The evolution of Dry Creek Valley has been as diverse in cultures as in crops and grape varieties," said Rob Weinstock, who grew up in the valley, farming his family vineyards where he still resides.From the valley's earliest beginnings, pioneers of diverse cultures - Spanish, French, Mexican and the Italians who planted the coveted Zinfandel grapes - have left their imprint.Today, Dry Creek Valley continues to reflect an array of growers and vintners, from newcomers to fourth and fifth generation farmers and winemakers. The crops that have been planted in Dry Creek Valley have also evolved, from pears, prunes, apricots, livestock and grapes to a rich assortment of premium grape varieties - Sauvignon Blanc, Rhone and Bordeaux varieties - as well as the historic Zinfandel grape variety of the region."Zinfandel still reigns as king in Dry Creek Valley," said Weinstock."Its value as a cash crop during Prohibition and the Great Depression saved many ranches from foreclosure, and Zinfandel thrives in this viticultural region." "The climate of this narrow valley, with its well-drained soils, is also evolving," explained Weinstock."The completion of the earthen dam that created Lake Sonoma altered the flow of Dry Creek, making it no longer 'dry.' Today, we realize the macro and micro climates from the valley floor, to the upper benchlands, to the hillsides are ideally suited to the grape varieties of the present and future.""This appellation provides growers and winemakers with many, many opportunities to grow and produce some of the finest selection of grapes and wines here in the North Coast," stated Weinstock.


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