Turning off the Irrigation


After a fun-filled Spring, Summer and start of fall, it is time to turn off the irrigation and close the books on year 2 of the vineyard. This year started with a brand new farming partner and it couldn't have ended any better. All of the vines are looking good and in search of more growth next year. I planted 200 more vines to finish the incomplete rows of last year. My workers required much beer and advil after the process. Funny, they never complained and even offered to come back next year. I have 7000 vines on Old Mission Peninsula in Michigan that are now successfully trellised and ready for what's to come in 2018. Thank you to everyone who has assisted in this vineyard project. TO THE MOON! #MYSTORY


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