Why You Need to Plan for the Next Crush Now
Planning should start as soon as the previous harvest has been completed, if not sooner.
Jan 2014 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
I know a few winemakers that like to “disappear” for a few weeks as soon as the last fermenter has been emptied. While this is understandable on a human level—working a few months without a day off leaves one desperately in need of some time to rest and recharge—it is best to start planning the next harvest while one has the previous one in mind and before the next “crisis” happens. When it comes to the actual planning, I’m not a big fan of Gantt charts...
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