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Of course, new materials, machinery, and technology have revolutionized the way wine is made, but the best winemakers still care for their vines and wines as they do their own children. In spring, when the vines are flowering, they sit up all night burning stoves in the vineyard to keep late frosts at bay; once the grapes are gathered and pressed, they keep a round-the-clock vigil in the winery, anxiously watching over the fermentation. And when the time is right, they proudly ask their friends to taste the new vintage, hoping that the young wines they have raised will behave themselves impeccably.
Any extra time in the winery is used to bottle older wines, labeling and packaging them for shipment to customers at home or abroad. 43) starts. Many winemakers talk romantically of some mysterious tie between the vines outside and the wines indoors as, when the sap rises in the vines, the wines inside start their second fermentation. The racking of the new wines signals the start of a relatively quiet time in the winery, although as temperatures rise, the barrels must be topped-off on a daily basis.
These rose bushes will be the first to show the disease, allowing the vinegrower time to give the vines preventive treatment. net gain An ancient, gnarled vine stem holds little appeal for hungry mammals, but these young vine plants (facing page) need “sleeves” of netting to protect them from gnawing rodents and rabbits if they are to mature and bear fruit. protecting the vines Disease control is another of the vinegrower’s preoccupations. Vines are susceptible to all kinds of pests and diseases, ranging from microscopic fungi and bacteria to hungry herbivores.