“Starting a Vineyard” at Monticello
By The Grit Staff | Feb 5, 2018
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia — Are you interested in growing grapes? If so, head to Monticello on March 24 for their spring course on viticulture, “Starting a Vineyard.” Lead by “Father of Virginia Wine” Gabriele Rausse, the two-hour course will cover basic grape-growing principles such as variety and site selection, planting, pruning, harvesting, and more. Following the presentation, attendees will be taken on a tour of the Monticello vineyards.
Sign up for the course at www.Monticello.org.
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