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June 2020 Vineyard Update


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, and then small green spheres form. Those green spheres are actually grape clusters. When that occurs, fruit set is upon us!
Currently, our team is deeply focused on vineyard management in order to make sure the flowers remain undamaged and that each shoot on the vine is growing correctly. This time of year is the easiest to steer the vineyard in the right direction because most of the wayward shoots are still fragile enough to remove. 
Out of the vines and over in the production barns, we are bottling our wines as needed. We are blending some of our reds, which is another milestone in the red wine aging process.

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