Pruning, pruning, pruning… keep those fingers moving! Our hands and forearms are getting serious workouts in this week as we prune vineyards to get them ready for the coming spring and 2020 vintage.
A few photos from our week in the vineyard. Removing cut canes from pruning and old vine trunks from the vineyard.
Here are a few photos from pruning work in the vineyard the past week. We’re pruning, painting cut vine ends, and tying the canes to the trellis wires as the weather starts to warm.
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Good morning from beautiful Sonoma County. We’re working on a number of new projects this year to refresh and grow our business, and follow our dreams. Today, we’re excited to share with you our updated logo! Cheers!
Expert in action:
It’s that time of year, and we’re excited to be back in the vineyard. Pruning, Pruning, Pruning!
We’re expanding our online presence to help get the word out about how awesome we are. If you’re in the twitterverse we hope you’ll say hi and follow us!
A break in the rainy weather gave us opportunity this weekend to start pruning and taping the vines.
After a few dry days, we’re back to winter rains with a forecast for an “atmospheric river” next week.
Yesterday, Eric Asimov of the New York Times published his review of some Sonoma Coast Pinot Noirs he was able to purchase on the East Coast.
We enjoy working with a number of Pinot Noir vineyards and vineyard owners in Sonoma County. Asimov reviews some great wines and wineries in the area. Happy reading and sipping. Our family favorite pairing is Pinot Noir with Mexican food. What’s yours?