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Welcome to the third installment of our Vineyard Terminology series: Vine Maintenance! Once training and pruning systems are established (check out our first post in this series for more on those techniques), the vine must be kept clean to ensure only the desired amount and quality of fruit is produced. Shoot thinning: Grape vines areread more
Welcome to part two of our Vineyard Terminology series: Vineyard Floor! Keeping the vineyard clean and neat helps to reduce competition against the vines and to produce concentrated fruit flavors. The Vineyard Floor refers to both the aisle between vine rows and the space underneath the vines; each of these areas requires different management practicesread more
This is the first part of our multi-post series on Vineyard Terminology. Understanding how and where your grapes are grown is just as important as knowing how to make those grapes into great wine. To that end, let’s explore some basic vineyard terminology that can help inform your grape-buying decision. Rootstocks and Clones: Wine graperead more