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Harvest

Sunday, October 1, 2017

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St. Laurent grapes on a harvest trailer.

Atumn has finally replaced this year’s long lasting summer and harvest time has arrived. By now we picked most of our grapes, only a few late varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon remain out in the vineyards for a few more days of sun and ripening. The ones we harvested already are currently fermenting lievely in our wine cellar, quickly developing into young wines. Below are a few pictures from this vintage’s St. Laurent harvest. It is an early grape and has thus been picked more than two weeks ago already. (Pictures (c) Simon Wieser)


A wheelbarrow full of St. Laurent grapes.

A wheelbarrow full of St. Laurent Trauben is emptied into the harvest trailer.

Our work is now shifting more into the cellar. Soon we can all enjoy the first fruits of our work. The 2017 Junger Welschriesling will join us at the Innsbrucker Herbstmesse next week. That would be a nice opportunity for a taste - wouldn’t it?

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