Inside Winemaking - the art and science of growing grapes and crafting wine

In this episode, Guillaume Large from Resonance Winery takes us on an oenological journey to discover the Willamette Valley in Oregon, where tradition and modernity. Sharing his experience from his early days in Burgundy to the making of wines in the United States, Guillaume discusses the evolution of winemaking methods and the search for balance between innovation and heritage. 

The episode offers an in-depth look at Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, highlighting the importance of clonal selection and geological diversity. With personal anecdotes and details about winemaking and the future of Resonance Winery, listeners are invited to an exploration that celebrates the art of winemaking and the richness of Oregon's terroirs.

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Resources from this Episode

Resonance Wines https://resonancewines.com/

Get the free snack bar pack, free shipping, and 15% off with subscriptions at House of Macadamias  https://partner.houseofmacadamias.com/inside-winemaking 

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In this episode, we have a conversation with viticulture specialist Fritz Westover. He shares his knowledge of vineyard management, focusing on cane pruning and shoot management methods. We discuss the significance of fruit drop timing, approaches to prevent powdery mildew and the advantages of maintaining a sustainable vineyard floor. 

We also go over the emerging wine regions of the U.S., the choice of appropriate trellis systems, and the problems posed by climate change and pests to grape cultivation. This episode is useful for both novice and seasoned winemakers looking to improve their grape farming and winemaking processes.

Winemaking Class Offers and Show Notes for all episodes at https://www.insidewinemaking.com/

Resources from this Episode

Westover Vineyard Advising: https://www.vineyardadvising.com/

Virtual Viticulture Academy: https://www.virtualviticultureacademy.com/

Download Fritz’s member-only Crop Estimation Grower Guide to learn how to estimate, when to estimate, and tips for improving estimation accuracy: https://mailchi.mp/virtualviticultureacademy.com/crop_estimation_tips

 

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