Checklist: Getting the Winery Ready to Receive Grapes
Jun 2014 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
The time to start preparing for harvest is immediately after the previous one. I like to conduct a “post-mortem” as soon after harvest as possible. Part of my usual routine is to go through the winery’s crush equipment and note anything that is broken or otherwise in need of replacement. This gives the winemaker as much time as possible to budget, and shop, for any new or replacement crush equipment. One doesn’t want to be panicking about the broken must pump and the torn...
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