Facebook Test by Liz Schroeder | Mar 24, 2018 | Uncategorized | 0 comments 5 months ago It is a busy time of the year. The grapes are doing great, and we have been working on our winery. Hope to be open soon. View on facebook 7 months ago We thought spring was here BUT it seems we have more snow. Oh well, the ice fisherman are out in force on Lake Irene. There must be good fishing out there. View on facebook 9 months ago On 27 January 2018 the activity in the vineyard was the activty on lake Irene. Every ice house had cars alongside, there were snowmobiles racing on the lake and one father was pulling a sled with his two sons. A winters day in cold climate wine country. ... See more View on facebook 1 year ago Here is a movie from last summer in the vineyard. It was just nice watching the flowers and bees. View on facebook 1 year ago Timeline Photos Today is 15 Nov 2017 and the temperature is dropping again with just a hint of snow falling. The swans have just headed south. They stayed with us longer this year and the flock is up to about 20 birds from about 6 birds a couple of years ago. Last week the deer fence went up on our two new vineyards so the vineyard deer will not be eating our grapes there anymore. ... See more View on facebook 1 year ago Today is Friday, 20 October 2017, the grapes have all been harvested and are now in the winery in our tanks. It has been a good year, a good crop and no fall or spring frost damage. A very good year. Today they predict a 75 degree day so we look forward to being outside doing our fall chores. Maybe it is even time for my father's 'sit and look at the beauty around us day". ... See more View on facebook 1 year ago Today is Tuesday, 10/10/2017, and we survived the first frost with just a little white frost on some of the upper leaves of the vines. There is no damage to our latest maturing grapes. And it was a bautiful morning with a beautiful fog hanging over Lake Irene and full sunlight. Alll we could hear is the sound of the swans that come back to our shore every fall. A beautiful start to the day, now back to the grape harvest, and crushing grapes into wine. ... See more View on facebook Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.