All Blog Posts Tagged 'grape' (4)

Peaches and wine

One of my great joys of late summer is biting into a juicy, succulent peach and experiencing that expression of sun and soil. It doesn't happen with each one. All too often, they have been picked before their prime. The flesh is too solid and barely enough juice to wet my palate, much less dribble down my… Continue

Added by Lisa Englert on August 1, 2011 at 7:13pm — No Comments

For summer, pretty -- and flavorful -- in pink

It's time to celebrate summer. What better way than with a glass of pink wine?

Head to your local wine shop and gather an armload of pretty rosés. Revel in the colors, ranging from palest salmon to petal pink to almost vibrant fuchsia. A refreshing glass of one of these crisp, delicate wines is like summer…


Added by Lisa Englert on July 12, 2011 at 8:45am — No Comments

Summer sipping

Summertime wine drinking provides plenty of opportunities for a diverse range of selections. The heat of North Carolina’s summers almost demands light, crisp, refreshing whites, but the indispensible grilling favorites of burgers, ribs, and steak offers a chance to crack open some big, robust reds as…


Added by Lisa Englert on June 29, 2011 at 5:23pm — No Comments

What is NDVI and How do Winemakers, Managers, Owners and Investors use it to evaluate and increase grape\wine quality?

It is the time of year to schedule NDVI flights for planning and management of the coming harvest. I compiled a flyer on what NDVI is and uses for those of you interested in the topic.

At the end there are some important points concerning accurate as-built mapping for management and valuation as well as newly applied NASA research regarding NDVI’s.

Please see attached and let me know if you have any questions.

Take care and stay… Continue

Added by Walter Moody on July 2, 2009 at 11:06am — No Comments

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