Pinot Noir Looking Good

Pinot Noir is usually before Chardonnay but it is not far behind. After what appears to be an exceptionally warm weekend we will, if Winemaker Bruce McGuire gives the word tomorrow, be picking Pinot Monday.

We pick all our grapes at night starting at between 3am ad 4am and ending between 9am and 10am unless it gets warm earlier, in which case we stop. And the reason is that processing warm grapes and letting them sit for a few hours, damages the grapes. This a photo of the Pinot Noir taken yesterday Friday the 24th.

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