Members & Membership

Rick Stark of Sun-Maid Growers of California

The National Grape Research Alliance is a voluntary membership organization–that means we rely on the participation of industry members to strengthen and mobilize our mission. Traditionally, NGRA members have (listed below) included:

  • wine grape growers and wineries
  • table grape growers
  • juice grape growers and processors
  • raisin growers and processors
  • rootstock growers
  • nurseries

Our members–listed below–represent the entire grape and wine industry, coast to coast, as demonstrated by the structure of our Board of Directors.

NGRA welcomes service providers and equipment providers as affiliate members, including:

  • equipment manufacturers
  • laboratories
  • chemical providers

Annual memberships begin at $1,000 for industry representatives and $3,000 for affiliates. All memberships are tax-deductible; benefits begin immediately upon receipt of your contribution, including:

  • Board participation for industry members (as seats are available)
  • Committee appointments (as seats are available)
  • Participation in targeted mission-critical conversations with federal research agencies
  • At least three face-to-face meetings each year in locations around the country
  • Discounts on NGRA events
  • Opportunities to serve on research projects as collaborators and/or advisory panelists
  • Monthly e-newsletter
  • NGRA-branded swag

The biggest benefit of all? A seat at the table in national-level discussions about the game-changing research that will improve the quality, sustainability and competitiveness of the American grape and wine industry. For more details about what we do and how we work, see the NGRA overview presentation.

If you are passionate about the power of science to advance our industry and would like to explore the possibility of membership in NGRA, please be in touch!

NGRA Members

  • Allied Grape Growers (CA)
  • American Vineyard Foundation (CA)
  • Anthony Road Wine Company (NY)
  • Arizona Wine Growers Association
  • Arkansas Wine Producers Council
  • E. & J. Gallo Winery (CA)
  • California Table Grape Commission
  • J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines (CA)
  • Lodi Winegrape Commission (CA)
  • Missouri Wine & Grape Board
  • Martinez Orchards (CA)
  • National Grape Cooperative/Welch’s (NY)
  • NewGen Vineyard Services (OR)
  • New York State Wine Grape Growers
  • New York Wine & Grape Foundation
  • Silverado Premium Properties (CA)
  • St. James Winery (MO)
  • Ste. Michelle Wine Estates (WA)
  • Stoutridge Vineyard (NY)
  • Sun-Maid Growers of California
  • Thornhill Companies (CA)
  • Valley Farm Management (CA)
  • Vineyard Professional Services (CA)
  • Virginia Wine Board
  • Washington Wine Commission
  • Washington Winegrowers
  • WineAmerica (DC)
  • Wine Institute (CA)
  • Youngblood Vineyard (MI)