Grape Trellis, Micro Vineyard, Wine, Small Vineyard, Reclaimed Wood, Trellis, Privacy Screen, 95.00 lineal foot.

+ $3,000.00 shipping

Only 1 available

+ $3,000.00 shipping
Made to order
Preparation takes 1-2 weeks
Arrives from the United States

Made in Nevada City, California

Item details

Double cordon grape trellis systems for small backyard vineyards or micro vineyard. Works great for breaking up open spaces and doubling as privacy screen.

$95.00 a running foot of trellis with a minimum of a 50 foot system.
50' X 95.00 = 4'750.00 minimum purchase.

It would not hurt me feelings if you take this design for yourself and not purchase it from me. I listed this to share the idea....good luck!

These double cordon trellises are designed to optimize crop yield by providing a platform for the fruit to hang through . You can easily cover the crop with dear netting to prevent birds from eating the grapes. The trellises featured in this listing are made from reclaimed cedar with the secondary wood being con heart redwood. Some field alteration and assembly is required

Please do not purchase without contacting me for full details.

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Shipping & policies
Preparation takes 1-2 weeks
Arrives from the United States
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I use fed-ex, USPS for smaller items unless other arrangements have been made to delver your item in Georges folding space car. Picnic tables are local pick up only. Planter and patio furniture are shipped station to station and will require buyer pick at final destination.

Buyer is responsible for additional shipping charges to re-send order in the event the carrier can not deliver to a ship to address and product is return to MCWS.


All orders must be paid in full before shipping.

Returns & exchanges
I don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Additional return information
Sorry, no refund on custom orders because there where made especially for you. If theres anything wrong please contact me for a quick resolution. All orders are made to order even when listing says "In Stock". I stock the components for finished product so I can have shorter lead times. On hand quantities represent the components I have to produce a specific item.

Additional policies

Mid Century Woodshop retains the right to make design and material changes without notice

Production and Lead-times of Bird Houses and Feeders: I make these items in batches in-between the production of other items in my shop. They're in stock most of the time but there are times where some sell out until the next run. When they do run out I put a longer lead-time on them to reflect the production date of the next batch. Custom colors on bird houses and feeders can cost up to twice as much due to shop time to make one offs.

Caring for your bird feeder: Your feeder has been shipped with one application of penetrating oil sealer. I recommend wiping the wood with a mixture of one part neutral mineral spirits to one part mineral oil every month during the feeder or birdhouses first year in the environment. Storing your feeder for the winter: At the end of the season remove all the seed and clean your feeder with a little soap and water on a sponge. When It’s dry, apply sealant before storing it indoors.

Caring for your modern planter: Your all wood planter will expand and contract with during different seasons. It is normal for the side panels and miters to show this movement. Planter boxes have one coat of exterior deck sealer on them and you will need apply one coat every year at the end of the summer. I recommend wiping the wood with a mixture of one part neutral mineral spirits to one part mineral oil every month during the platers first year in the environment. Keeping the wood sealed will help make your planter box last. I do not hand select the wood for woodgrain orientation or color variation unless other arrangements have been made.

Solid Wood: I use solid wood in my work and that means its going to expand and contract with the elements. More stable manmade materials can not come close to the restorability and natural beauty of solid wood.

Tolerances on planters are within .50 inches and .25 on furniture and bird feeders/houses