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April 2021 Production Update
Posted: April 10th 2021
The Winter months are quite here in Cape May, but our production team is always up to something! This time last year we welcomed our first concreate fermenting egg to the team, Roe. The 2020 harvest is shaping up to be one good thing that came out of last year, and the concrete fermented white field
February Vines 2021
Posted: February 6th 2021
Arthur is spending his afternoons out in the vineyard helping pick up all of the removed canes! Our production team is pruning and training all of our vines to ensure a successful start to the growing season this Spring. During the coming months, as part of our integrated pest management plan, the t
December Vines 2020
Posted: December 5th 2020
The month of December is a slower one for our vineyard crew. We are awaiting the second hard frost before our Winter pruning can begin. We expect the vines to become dormant in the next 3 weeks. Until then, we will remove the bird netting as well as add lime to the soil. Making sure the PH leve
Harvest: That's a Wrap!
Posted: October 25th 2020
All of the grapes are off the vine and the countdown to tasting the 2020 Vintage is underway! Our production team is very happy with this year's harvest and is looking forward to sharing the fruits of their labor with each of you. Cheers!
Harvest Update 2020
Posted: October 17th 2020
Harvest Update The grapes are coming in from our Vineyards! Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, Cayuga, Pinot Noir, Chambourcin and Riesling to name a few. We have been hard at work in the vineyard harvesting each ripened cluster by hand. The h
August 2020 Vineyard Update
Posted: August 8th 2020
Verasion (Pronounced : Ver-A-Sion)  It's finally that time of year again! Verasion is the mark in the growing season that indicates harvest is on its way. The phenomenon describes the color change in red and white grapes from green to purple or yellow, respectively. Fo
July 2020 Vineyard Update
Posted: July 2nd 2020
The fruit has set and the shoots are growing! The vine's canopy is filling out and the tiny berries are beginning to resemble the mature grapes we anxiously await to harvest. A grape vine will produce between 100-150 shoots per vine. We want to maintain about 40 of the best shoots to crop for this s
June 2020 Vineyard Update
Posted: June 5th 2020
The growing season is in full swing! 2 very important stages of grape vine growth are happening as you read this: bloom and fruit set. Bloom is the period when the soon-to-be grape clusters first bloom flowers and then undergo self-pollination. The flowers remain until they are completely pollinated
May Vineyard Update 2020
Posted: May 13th 2020
With the warm weather arriving, our vines are starting to grow. Almost overnight, the vines transform from bare, brown branches into a sea of tiny green grape leaves. The springtime sun allows for the vines to begin photosynthesis immediately. The leaves will grow exponentially over the next couple
Sunday Dinner Recipe Vol. 7
Posted: May 3rd 2020
Need a Sunday brunch recipe to impress your quarantine house mates?! Whip up Chef Mike's Country Gravy and serve with a pitcher of Lighthouse Red Sangria. Country Gravy Grocery List:1 Lb Sausage( bulk or uncased)1 stick butter1/4 cup flour1 onion ( small diced)16 oz heavy cream (or ligh
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