If you have a building, property or business that produces wine, Ocean Pacific Capital can help you with your winery financing needs. Our 31 years of experience and specialized approach to winery financing procurement allows us to offer the best rates and service in the industry, whether your winery is located in the famous regions of Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley, or anywhere else in the world such as Italy.
Establishing a winery can be very capital intensive, so we can ease your load by analyzing your financial situation and helping you obtain the best winery financing specifically suited for your needs. We will help you to finance the acquiring of an existing winery or to refinance one. Looking to build a brand new winery or to renovate one that already exists? Our construction loans will assist you with those needs.
Regardless of how small your winery is or if it is large enough to feature bottling lines, laboratories and tank farms, Ocean Pacific Capital offers flexible financing options and loan amounts starting at $2 milliion up to $200 million plus. Please call us today at 1-800-595-1474 or fill out our loan application to discuss our winery loan programs.
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