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Andreas and Kathrin Young shoot with first leafes and grapes shortly after it started to grow View towards the illuminated winery at night Barrique storage Yellow rape blossoms between rows of grapevines Sonnenmulde wine bottles Bursting vine bud Barrique casks Grapevines and an oaktree in spring before the start of the growing season Budding vine shoot View towards the winery Vineyard in spring before it starts to grow Rainbow above the vineyards of Gols

Blooming Vineyards

2019-05-23 - 14:37

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Blue Phacelia blossoms in between vineyard rows
Blue Phacelia blossoms in between vineyard rows

In spring organic vineyards can be spottet from a long distance. The green manure plants are in full bloom, long before our vines develop their own flowers. Green manure offers food and habitat for small insects and bigger animals alike. Even hare or deer youngs like to hide between the growing greens.

Our vineyards are therefore not only an important contribution to biodiversity, the green manure also provides essential nutrition for our vines, without the need for any synthetic fertilizers. But honestly, the beautiful sight is reason enough to enjoy the view this time of the season.

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