Grapes and wines from home vineyards

by U. P. Hedrick

Publisher: Oxford University Press in London, New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 326 Downloads: 733
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  • United States.

Subjects:

  • Viticulture -- United States.,
  • Wine and wine making -- United States.,
  • Grapes.,
  • Cookery (Wine)

Edition Notes

Statementby U.P. Hedrick
SeriesWines from home vineyards.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSB389 .H38
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 326 p.
Number of Pages326
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL237511M
LC Control Numberagr45000333
OCLC/WorldCa1482938

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P.S.5/5(27). Dunnigan Hills is often overlooked in conversations about Wine Country. But a lot of wineries from other appellations purchase fruit – a lot of fruit – from our vineyards.

Those who have never visited, lump us into the Central Valley. Winery insiders know these hills are a hidden gem. Click on any grape name for more information about that grape variety: Sangiovese Grosso - Total acres. acres inSangiovese Grosso inSangiovese Grosso in Zinfandel - Total acres. in3 acres Primitivo clone inin Grenache Noir - Total acres.

3 acres in Alban and Tablas Creek clones. We also love creating fabulous wines to share with friends and family. We decided to turn this passion into a reality. In Aprilwe planted vineyards in the beautiful country setting at Pheasant Valley Farms.

We have several vineyards throughout the property and. At Chenault Vineyards, we serve five Kentucky Proud wines, made from % Kentucky grapes. All our wines are exclusively available for purchase at our vineyards.

Enjoy a bottle of our wine with hors d’oeuvres on the Porch or a glass with one of our cafe dishes. Or take one home to sip and savor.

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The vineyard was built in and covers seven acres with over 1, vines. Our muscadine varieties, Noble (black grapes for red wines) and Magnolia (bronze grapes for white wines) are both known for their delicious flavors.Her mission is to rescue old vines with high quality grapes, convert the land to Biodynamic farming, and create single vineyard wines.

Each wine is an expression of the vineyard, passion, care and dreams fulfilled. All with a focus on nature and respect for the environment.