Topping up barrels to pay the Angel’s Share (or Angel’s Tariff.) The Angel’s charge this Tariff for allowing the wine to age. Up to 2-5% of the total volume can be lost to evaporation in a year, depending on the humidity. One down, forty-two more to go. Those Angel’s are sure thirsty!
Our own Chef Julie Live! Given the weather, it was really timely to talk about our Mulled (warm spiced) wine! Stop by the vineyard or The Local Depot to give it a try. Thanks to Brittany Moore and the entire KSNT team for hosting us this morning! We had a great time. Cheers!
Chef Julie’s latest creation. Delicious!
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Here in Kansas harvest usually begins around the middle of August each year, but when does it officially end? Is it when the last grapes are picked at the end of September? Hardly. While white wine grapes are pressed immediately upon harvest from their skins, red wine grapes are fermented on the skins, and punched…
Walked out of the winery after filling oak barrels all day and was greeted by this amazing sky over the vineyard. Raise a glass! Cheers!
While possibly mistaken for a certain insurance company representative, this is actually a collared lizard. We love seeing all the creatures on Bacchus Ranch, no matter their size. Little creatures such as this are are huge reason we practice sustainable methods and do not utilize insecticides in our vineyard. Chemically reducing the number of insects…
Pressing our 2017 Frontenac and this beauty shows up to inspect. Maybe wanting a tasting? Our Flint Hills creatures rock!
What am I? We Can never find enough of these in the vineyard. They are so cool! Have you seen any this year?
We are truly blessed to have such awesome people surrounding us here every day. We had an amazing Vignoles harvest Yesterday. Thanks to everyone that came out to help, Rougeon and Chambourcin are coming up! Cheers!