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Blue-Merle Winery 8h
Buds are breaking in San Diego.
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SimpleWino 8 Apr 18
Bud break, glorious ❤️🍇
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Senses Wines 14 Mar 16
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Castello di Amorosa 7 Mar 16
March. In like a lion, out like a lamb.
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Jordan Winery 9 Apr 17
We've missed you, Cabernet Sauvignon.
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T O B I A S  Vineyards Apr 22
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Castello di Amorosa 4 Apr 18
They’re so cute at this age...
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Russell Family Vineyard 20 Mar 18
Bud break in full effect with out Viognier. Here we go!
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Katie DeSouza 13 Apr 17
"It's like you walk away for one minute, then, boom! !" ? 😉
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Patti Neumann, wset 2 10h
Replying to @HonigWine
I hear it started today!
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Matthew Fidelibus Mar 15
A few shoots of Thompson Seedless are starting to emerge at Parlier
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illinoisSparklingco 22 Apr 15
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Wayfarer Vineyard 13 Mar 15
We have in at Wayfarer. The vines are very healthy and the season is off to a great start.
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Sue-Ann Staff 16 May 18
Baby baco leaves in the vineyard.
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Jordan Winery 3 Apr 18
Hello, cabernet. Welcome back.
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Jason Haas 29 Mar 18
In my blog this week, I try to provide some context on our late-March . Yes, it's 2 weeks later than 2017 and a month later than 2016, but only about average otherwise. What does it mean? And why are we feeling grateful? Read on.
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Spottswoode 29 Mar 18
Life in the vines | The 2018 growing season has arrived in the Spottswoode Vineyard. This year marks the 136th vintage at the estate.
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Château de Pommard 23 Apr 18
Last week, we observed the Clos for bud break. We kept our eyes on one bud in particular to check his progress and growth. What a difference a weekend makes. Pictured: Friday and Today ! !
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Chamlija, The Best Winery in Balkans 13 Apr 17
This is very early Clone of Papaskarasi. develops slowly.
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Anne Kearney Logan 10 May 18
All three shoots: primary (fruiting), secondary, and tertiary emerged from the compound bud on this Geisenheim clone vine in a vineyard.
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