Grape Growing People & Blogs 

KETO WEIGHTLOSS|grape growing and wine making the total wine making system

Source: Youtube KETO WEIGHTLOSS|grape growing and wine making the total wine making system keto weightloss| Lose weight in the most effective 28 days The 28-Day Keto Challenge is a well-crafted plan that gets you through your first month. You’re never left to figure things out on your own. Nothing is left to chance… Our 28-Day Meal Plan guides you every step of the way. And it’s more than a plan. It’s also a challenge. It’s designed to stretch you… and see what you’re made of. With our help… you’ll be…

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Grape Growing People & Blogs 

Arneis and Nebbiolo grapes- Visiting Italy’s much-respected Piedmont wine region

Source: Youtube Killian from Northwestern Wine visits the Piedmont region of Northwestern Italy. He chats with Stefano Armando who has a family run business. They specialise in growing the Arneis grape which is a white grape used to make Viognier and they also grow the Nebbiolo grape which is used to make Barolo and Barbaresco wine. If you’re interested to know more then please visit our website at or like us over on Facebook . Be sure to drop an email to us at northwesternwine@gmail.com to be invited to our…

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Grape Growing Nonprofits & Activism 

The Arkansas Association of Grape Growers

Source: Youtube The Arkansas Association of Grape Growers is a non-profit agricultural organization “dedicated to unite and educate growers; assist with research; promote and protect the art, science, and commerce of viticulture in Arkansas.” We spoke to member Renee Threlfall, a University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture scientist specializing in grape growing and winemaking, and John and Paul Post of Post Winery about the group and why it’s important to the industry in Arkansas.

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Grape Growing People & Blogs 

Grape Grower Spotlight: Three Branches Vineyard

Source: Youtube Fisher King Winery Spotlights: Three Branches Vineyard – A supplier to the winery of locally grown Wisconsin grapes. Last year more than 60% of the winery’s production was from grapes grown right here in Wisconsin by local growers. The only wine grapes that we can grow in the Badger State are the cold-hearty hybrids – grapes that contain the winter survivable genes from wild grapes crossed with a wide variety of different wine grapes. The wines made from these grapes produce absolutely drinkable, balanced, declicious wines that represent…

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