Harvest is one of the most anticipated (and stressful) times of the year, the action of harvesting may have happened in one day, however, the preparations proceeding go a long way back – involving long hours, early morning starts, and a ton of backbreaking labour while at it.So here is a summary of how it went with a selection of ”Southcott Vineyard moments”.
Why do we, and many vineyards grow roses at the end of the rows? Is it because they are pretty?
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The New Wine Is Here!
We are very excited about our new wine. It is a blend of the 2014 (25%) and the 2016 (75%). This means that it is classified as non-vintage.