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Rubino Estates Winery
November 20, 2020 | Rubino Estates Winery

Fall in the Vineyard

There's no doubt that fall is officially here. Between the cooler temperatures and the rainy days, we're feeling the urge to cuddle up beneath the blankets to keep warm. But we're still at the winery, offering outdoor tastings on our covered and heated patios, and still doing a little bit of work in the vineyard. 

Post-harvest, we give everything some fertilizer and water until the leaves start to fall off. This keeps the vines healthy and ensures a robust budbreak in the spring. If you remember, earlier this year, we planted two new vineyard blocks of Malbec and Merlot, and they've grown enough that we were able to put trellises in place for them. We might see a small amount of fruit from the new vines in 2021, but it will most likely be the harvest in 2022, where we'll see fruit that is mature enough to bottle.

Other than that, we're just taking in the beautiful sight of the leaves changing color. Here are little more images of the vineyard on a lovely, foggy morning.



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