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Harvest is a stressful time of year for everyone in and around wine production.
You're getting all your ducks in a row before the grapes arrive, and you want to make sure you are prepared. So how do you make sure you are ready for whatever this year throws your way? How can you ensure that your team is engaged and mistakes are minimized?
Winemaking consultants offer services ranging from quality improvement advice to full-scale guidance in every step of the winemaking process. They typically work with several clients at a time, making them highly knowledgeable and experienced in executing your vision.
First, let’s all agree: being a winemaker isn’t a walk in the park.
It’s a profession that requires a nuanced balance of art and science, tenderness and grit, lengthy independent work, and highly social engagements. From the cellar’s depths to the head of the table at a winemaker dinner, the responsibilities are vast and diverse.
It’s that time of year. You’ve decided on your wine style, forecasted your production, and are readying the cellar for the upcoming season. Plan to spend some time thinking about your wine aging program.