Past Posts: November 2010 – March 2011

March 2011


Boil Boil Boil………..Prune Prune Prune

February 2011


Wow…40 degrees today! We’ll be pruning the vineyard and tapping the maple trees before you know it! We have stayed quite busy!!! We have been getting some of our wines ready for bottling, hosting and planning events in the tasting room and preparing for those sweet signs of spring in the sugarhouse.

Our new website should launch in the next few months. Though I have really enjoyed doing this all myself, the design work has left much to be desired. And even though I am somewhat proud of the photo that I took of our jam (above), I can ask myself why…after all of that effort…..didn’t I center the blue cloth on the jar..?

We make jam from our own grapes, and this is real jam…not jelly! The feedback has been incredible and we plan to expand the operation.

Stop by the tasting room to pick some up…you will not be disappointed!

December 2010-January 2011

Introducing
The Digger’s Dance
A medium-bodied red wine made from a blend of 100% Vermont-Grown
St. Croix, Frontenac and Marquette.

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our Holiday Party in the tasting room.

Enjoy the snow and the new year!!!

November 2010

Harvest is over, the fermentations are complete and farm is ready for winter.

This doesn’t mean rest though. There is plenty of activity in the winery, the tasting room and the woods.

The vineyard will get a shot of compost and then rest for the winter.

We have released a white wine this week..La Crescent.

Stop by for a taste!