After all the talk about how we were working towards our vines NOT budding out too early, we are so excited that now the time is here. Yes, last year we did still have long and hard freezing temperatures on May 5th, but this year the forecast looks like spring is here to stay. And the…
Kim Pierce at the Dallas Morning News/Edible Dallas Fort Worth wrote a wonderful article about our story. You can enjoy reading it here on their site. Thank you, Kim for your kinds words as we move forward. Source: Edible Dallas & Fort Worth: Bingham Family | Fall 2015 Blessings, Betty
Last night temperatures got down to 32′ degrees in our Vineyards. There was hard freeze on the pickup. There was moisture on the vines, but only slight freeze on the vines and leaves. This evening and in a few days we will know more about any damage.
Some of us Binghams, that would be seven of us, went to Grayson County College’s recent enology outreach program, “Knowing Your Wine on the Vine – gauging harvest maturity and berry sensory assessment. Part of T B Munson Viticulture Enology Program. OK, we did NOT make up the whole class – – just a large part of it.