When offered the right support…

by admin
July 25, 2018
Categories: Wine Regions

“When offered the right support, northern soil can produce an unexpected range. According to the Vermont Grape and Wine Council, the cold-hardy vineyard will survive to “minus 25, minus 35, some even to minus 40 degrees F,” thanks to the hybrid varieties that thrive there. Ecosystems, natural methods, biodynamics and organics all have front-and-center place in the Champlain Valley wine conversation, one that includes a solution-centered approach to making the best wines to reflect the unique local environment.”

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