Here we collect all stories from the current as well as past years. Have fun browsing through even if some of the wines mentioned here have long since been drank up and their bottles emptied.

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2019-07-24 16:55:00

Leaves and grapes on the ground after thinning. Yield management is a key factor in making great wines. The most important decisions are already made during winter pruning. But now, with the harvest in sight, it is time for some fine-tuning. Depending on the grape variety, there is more or less to do. But thinning the yield to a level that will help us harvest grapes with the ripeness we need, is what really counts. Read more »

Energy Transition in Winemaking

2019-07-04 07:55:00

Solar Panels on the roof of our winery A lot has to change if we want to avert the oncoming climate crisis and continue to make a living from creating fine wines here in Gols. Wine production naturally needs power too - fuel as well as electricity. And as every organic farm should, we’re thinking a lot about how to make things less harmful for our planet. Read more »

First grape blossoms

2019-06-05 16:10:00

Grape with its first two blossoms opened. Like every year the first grapes to bloom are from the St. Laurent variety. The picture shows its very first blossoms. Altough not too much to look at, a fully abloom vineyard offers an impressive fragrant smell. Read more »

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