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May 15th 2022

 In mid April we experienced the start of our growing season, otherwise known as bud break. On our records, this year's bud break is considered a relatively early start compared to the last several years. This gives our production team excitement because we will now have a longer growing and ripening season. 

As of now, our vines are in a rapid growth stage where they are developing green tissue and leaves. The goal for the plants is to produce as much energy as possible to prepare for bloom. Bloom, or flowering, is when a grape vine self-pollinates which is then the start of fruit production. Bloom time is when the plant is the most active so this current stage of active growth is very important for energy production through photosynthesis. So our plants as well as our vineyard team are hoping for sunny days for the rest of May!

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