A commitment to quality and service has made Top Brass one of the most revered names in the San Joaquin Valley.
“We are the earliest growing region outside of Coachella in California with grapes,” Dixon said of the Valley. “The soil in this region is ideal for table grapes as is our weather with the warm summers and cooling hours required in the winter. These ideal conditions result in Top Brass growing some of the finest grapes grown in the world.”
Top Brass also has a successful organic potato program.
“Our top quality organic potatoes come at a time when they are much needed in the food supply chain. in our current economic conditions,” Dixon said. “We started out very strong the second week of May and intend on going through mid-July.”
The company has also grown organic almonds for a number years, and the big news this year is that they will be offering them in a 25-pound carton.
Dixon said one of the biggest challenges facing Top Brass comes with issues dealing with water.