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Half way report, vintage 2007


With the return of a beautiful dry weather, sunny but fresh on Wednesday September 19, our suppliers under contract go back and harvest at a fast pace. By the end of the week most of the purchased grapes will be in.

In our domaine, only a little more than 6 hectares (15 acres) were harvested to date, mainly Pinot Noirs and Gris. We leave you to discover the measurements table of the plots where we had carried out tests earlier on. This table will be progressively updated as our harvest advances with the final figures and the dates of harvest for each individual plot.

Our main task now is to manage with equal success the harvest of Gewurztraminers and Rieslings fron the remaining 20 hectares (50 acres) of our domaine. No reason to panic the 10 day weather forecast remains favorable, the grapes remarkably sound and we are only on September 20...


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