Category: Vineyard

October 13, 2017 Bob No comments exist

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…

August 26, 2017 Bob No comments exist

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!

August 21, 2017 Bob No comments exist

We had an amazing Marquette harvest Saturday. We more than doubled our harvest of last year. Thanks to everyone that came out to help, You all picked your grapes off! Cheers!

July 10, 2017 Bob No comments exist

Verai… What? Veraison! Veraison is the onset of ripening when the vines slow down their focus on shoot growth and turn the majority of their energy to ripening the grapes. During this time there is a rapid accumulation of sugar, while there is also a decrease in acidity. The berries soften and become juicy along…

July 8, 2017 Bob No comments exist

We love our Ornate box turtles here at the winery. Their hinged shells which give them protection from predators are a work of art. Did you know the patterns on their underside are different and act as an identifier much like a fingerprint? Cheers to the Kansas state reptile!

June 12, 2017 Bob No comments exist

The 2017 vintage is looking delicious already! This is our Marquette, our first harvest of the year. Shortly, it will enter veraison, during which time the grapes will rapidly accumulate sugar and these grapes will slowly turn from green to red. Harvest is coming!