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The 36th Friday of 2017

What a week!  And what a wonderful week!  I’m feeling really good right now: it’s Friday, the weekend is before me, and my guy is trying to play the guitar to one of my current… 658 more words


The 35th Friday of 2017

I feel like it was such a productive week, ya’ll! (I know, I said I would never use that word again; but I couldn’t help it.) I’m a happy grape grower this week. 312 more words


The 34th Friday of 2017

What a week!  But it was a good week: the solar eclipse, first day of school, and the beginning of muscadine season were all part of this week.   788 more words


State of the Vines

It’s almost that time, time for muscadine harvest.  The vines are looking great this season.  They’ve grown so much that I think we are gonna have to do something about all that growth before we can even pick.   44 more words


Chautauqua Vineyards One of Florida’s Oldest Wineries

There’s a saying among wine makers that old vines make great wines. If that’s the case, making wines from vines planted in the 1970s has certainly been rewarding for Chautauqua Vineyards & Winery. 508 more words

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Spring in the Vineyard 2017

Everything is budding, turning green, and getting beautiful over here in West Tennessee.  And the vineyard is looking pretty good this season as well.  Lots of muscadine leaves are budding out and it is, once again, time to admire the vineyard and watch the leaves grow. 80 more words


Welcome to Wine Country

The first recorded commercial wine-making in America was not in Napa Valley – nor the Finger Lakes – not even in Washington state. Two years before William Shakespeare was born in England, French Huguenots settled along the St. 372 more words

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