T&Co Vineyard in April, May, July

Here’s a quick one — three photos of the T&Co vineyard showing this season’s growth so far in a block of Grenache. This is the vineyard about 100 meters adjacent to where we will plant our Mourvèdre. As you can see it is head-training and spaced similarly to what we will likely do. The canopy has been pruned back and the topsoil has dried out a lot. Not sure how much the water table has dropped at this point given how close it was to the surface in April.

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April

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May

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July

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2 Responses to T&Co Vineyard in April, May, July

  1. Peter Yanev says:

    Nice to see it developing. Got to fill in those holes……..

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  2. Looks like your vineyard is progressing very well. How many vine per acre did you plant? Here in the Eastern U.S. we average about 600 to 700. I follow the Saperavi grape worldwide on my blog and especially “New World” Saperavi in Northeastern U.S. Where is your vineyard located?

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