We have all learnt to appreciate fine wine; some of us tend to appreciate it by the bottle rather than by the odd glass or two. Appreciation aside, growing a vineyard is no joke by any standards. For growing our own vineyard, we will need to have a certain soil composition, for the vine does not grow just about anywhere. It is one fickle plant in many aspects and tends to grow only when certain conditions are met. The soil must have a certain composition; the temperature must be just right – not too warm, not too cold, kind of like the case of Goldilocks. If the soil is too damp or cold, fungi can develop or frost – leading to the entire vineyard being destroyed. Even after managing to grow a vineyard on our lands, we would have to know when to pluck the grapes, how to squeeze them and later on how to process the wine slurry and ferment the same. The process of growing our own vineyard is quite a cumbersome and complicated process and that's an understatement. The My Grape Vine: The Complete Grape Growers Guide by Danie Wium, acts as a guide providing us with all the details covering almost every aspect of the wine making process, from the start to the finish. The My Grape Vine: The Complete Grape Growers Guide has been authored by Danie Wium, a wine gourmet who has been growing his own wine for the last 10 years or so.
The My Grape Vine: The Complete Grape Growers Guide is the perfect book for those amongst us who are ready to tackle the challenge of growing a vineyard and making some good wine in the process. This book provides a very comprehensive content on wine growing and does not cover just the wine growing process but the process of making wine as well. For starters, this book will show us how to go about preparing the soil before planting the vine and later on, how to fertilize the same.
The My Grape Vine: The Complete Grape Growers Guide is as the name suggests, a complete guide on wine making when very few books as comprehensive as this one exist today. In order to grow a vineyard, we will need to do all we can so as to get an optimum harvest and this means, doing just about anything to keep the vines disease free as well as free of frost and fungi. This book shows how to go about this and enables us to grow at least 42 pounds of grapes on a single vine.
The Grape Vine: The Complete Grape Growers Guide provides us with an insider's knowledge on growing our own vineyard and provides us with all the requisite information that we need on the same. From informing us when it is the right time to pluck the grape to teaching us about the process to follow after the plucking, this book makes it possible for us to be on our way to bottling our own vine in no time at all.