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For many wine lovers, October, Virginia Wine month is the best time of year to visit Virginia wine country. Vineyards and wineries are creating their next great vintage and celebrating with dozens of special events and activities.
Pigeage pronounced “peej-AHJE," is the French winemaking term for the traditional stomping of grapes in open fermentation tanks. Grapes are put through a crusher to remove stems and then placed in open fermentation bins.
Autumn Gold recently won a Gold Medal in the VA Wine Lover’s Classic. Autumn Gold and Splashdam are both made with Vidal Blanc Grapes.  I thou
We are pleased to announce that Autumn Gold and Cabernet Franc both won Gold medals this year from Virginia Wine Lover Magazine....
The "Best Of Readers' Choice Awards" is a great way to show support for your favorite wines and wineries. The results of our balloting will appear in the Spring/Summer 2015 issue of Virginia Wine Lover Magazine. Thanks for all of you who voted for us in the past and hope you will vote again!
veraison
We are just now seeing the first signs of veraison in the vineyard. What does that mean?  Notice the Concord grapes are turning pink and purple. This is a pretty important stage in winegrowing marking the countdown to harvest.
One of the most frequently asked questions is “Why do you plant roses at the ends of the grapevine rows?"

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