Yield mapping techniques have only recently started to be implemented by the Californian wine grape industry, but the advancement has necessitated new processing methods for large vineyards. The process for mapping large blocks harvested with multiple machines has only recently occurred and implies that their yield monitors have to be calibrated and corrected to the same scale. Here we discuss two methods for processing yield maps at the commercial level. Method 1 depends on many calibrations with delivered fruit weight to a winery. Method 2 normalizes raw files automatically can reduce total processing time by up to 90%.