It’s that time again — harvest day! We had a recent heat wave in San Diego that pushed up our syrah harvest date from previous years. Luckily the heat wave broke for harvest day, though it was still pretty hot after the sun came up! Once again the Curds and Wine Grapes to Glass Hands-on […]
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Today I took a group of people in my Hands-on Winemaking class at Curds and Wine up to Fallbrook for a preharvest Vineyard Visit. We picked a perfect day (read as sarcasm), as a heat wave recently hit and it was sweltering. But, it’s always a lovely, if not hot, day at the vineyard. Mike […]
We have lived in San Diego for about 10 years now, and I can’t believe I didn’t know about Bernardo Winery until now. It is the oldest winery in San Diego (actually in southern California), and is truly a unique venue. The winery tasting room is located on the original winery property, and is now […]
We visited Fallbrook Winery yesterday with some of our friends. It has been unusually cold and dreary around San Diego, but the sun eventually came out later in our tour. We were greeted by Vernon Kindred, one of the winemakers at Fallbrook. He walked us through some of the vineyards while describing the growing season […]
Our May SDAWS meeting was held at Milagro Farm today. Jim Hart hosted us and gave us a tour of the vineyards and told us about his recent wine releases. He is winemaker for Milagro Farm Vineyard & Winery and also at Hart Winery in Temecula. Milagro Farm Vineyard & Winery is in the Ramona […]
Got an email from Mike Hoffman this morning about the syrah – they’re at 23% brix and pH of 3.29 already! He said next weekend will be harvest time!!!!!
I saw a classified on the SDAWS site for local syrah grapes, and convinced Dave to go in on 500 lbs. Paul is also going to take 500 lbs to make at home. This syrah is grown at Live Oak Vineyard in Fallbrook, and we get to take part in harvest when the grapes are […]