• Spring In The Vineyard

As we move towards warmer weather our team will be keeping a close eye on the vines to look for signs of bud break signaling the start of the vintage. But before even that, you will will see an array of cover crop that will eventually be mowed to provide nutrients back to the soil. As a part of our regenerative farming practices, we mow our cover crop instead of tilling because it protects the integrality of the soil and prevents erosion, something that is very important on the slopes of our vineyards. Some of our favorite cover crop include crimson clover, daikon radish, wild mustard, hairy vetch, and sweet peas.

Hairy Vetch with bumble bee
Crimson Clover
Sweet Peas
Wild Musturd
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