Tag Archives: Upland Vineyard

Harvest

This week’s blog post offers a final look at the Cabernet Sauvignon vines we are monitoring throughout the growing season. These grapes have been or will soon be harvested and transported to the winery. We will continue to follow the grapes … Continue reading

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Deep Roots in the Yakima Valley

Roots run deep in the Yakima Valley. This is true for both the vines and the multi generational farming families that are beginning the 2014 harvest. This week’s blog is a “hats off” to those who have dedicated 30 plus … Continue reading

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Vineyard Spotlight: Upland Estates’ Todd Newhouse explains Pruning 101

It’s that time of year again: Pruning. All year long the vines’ “hair” is allowed to grow to hippie-like length and then come late winter we treat them like they are reporting to boot camp by giving them crew-cuts. In … Continue reading

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