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It's Harvesting Season!

The time has finally come to harvest our beautiful Indiana grown grapes. The Daniel's Vineyard care takers have worked vigorously for the past 12 months to tenderly care and love for our nine varietals grown on our property; and it's finally time to put them to good use!



One of the things that makes our vineyard unique is that we hand harvest our grapes. Opposed to mechanical harvesting, hand harvesting allows for a more precise selection and tends to do a better job of protecting the grape's juice content from oxidation from damaged skins.


With that being said, we would like to extend an invitation to our community to be a part of our harvesting process. Starting TODAY we will be harvesting today and tomorrow (Tuesday) starting at 7:30 AM until late afternoon. If this is something you and your family would like to be a part of, sign up at https://www.danielsvineyard.com/harvest.


Whether you choose to be a part of our 2019 harvest, or just wait to enjoy it once the grapes are safely inside the bottle, it is truly the culmination of a year's worth of hard work, care, and expertise, and we are very excited to share it with you!


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leoholmes
leoholmes
12 dic 2022

Generally, harvest runs from as early as mid-September to as late as the end of November. For each farmer, how long harvest takes depends on how many acres they farm, how many people they have helping out, the size of their equipment and how many combines, tractors and semis they have running. Making sure that all crops are dry is the most important. Among other things, this will likely include increased grades and better retention rates. In addition, paper helper'll be able to use your newfound knowledge to do a bit of research and nip any embarrassing blunders in the bud.

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