March 19, 2012
Los Angeles, CA
For immediate release:
The first video focuses on training newly-planted vines into a goblet and will be available at the following URL at 8:30 am, PST on Monday, March 19, 2012:
Read more about the Goblet Project here:
Wine writer, Arthur Przebinda, and Arroyo Grande wine grower and wine maker, Dough Timewell, collaborated during the 2011 season to document key stages in the management of this canopy system. The project arose out of a need on Arthur's part to properly train and manage goblet vines in his home vineyard.
Four more videos, currently in post-production, ill focus on: Pruning, Shoot Thinning, Cane Training and Pre-harvest Netting.
About Arthur: Father, husband, physician, guitarist, wine lover, wine writer, wine grower and wine maker trying to do it all within eye shot of downtown Los Angeles. Read about his adventures on Shut Up and Make Wine and follow him on Twitter.
About Doug: Along with his wife, Terrie, Doug runs Toucan Wines - one of the smallest family owned estate micro-wineries in California, producing hand-crafted, estate grown, premium Zinfandel and Petite Sirah wines in the Arroyo Grande Valley. Follow their adventure on Facebook. Read about them on their blog.
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