Providing a wildflower rich habitat is the most significant action we can all take to support our pollinators, but there are also some pollinator valuable plants we can add to a home garden.
We've had a much better year at MountainRose and we are THANKFUL, especially for our great customers and friends! We harvested about 25 tons of grapes compared to only 8 tons in 2020.
We are thrilled to be part of a featured article on rose’ wines in the current issue of Cultivate magazine!
MountainRose Vineyards would like to thank everyone who voted in Savor Virginia’s Readers’ Choice Awards this past fall. MountainRose won Best Winery in three categories: Sparkling Wine- Bronze, Dessert Wine- Silver and Cabernet Franc- Bronze.
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The Concord vines were so lovely in 2020. But wait.......Something is missing! Yes, unfortunately almost all the grapes in Wise were lost due to three nights of 28-degree weather in May 2020. Sadly we had no 2020 Grape U-pick, just salt to the wound of that year!
Check out this seeder David made for the 1000s of cabbage and broccoli plants we are growing! We are growing more green grapevines this year, mostly for us, but some for other folks as well. As a result, we have opened up another greenhouse.
The sap of our maple trees looks and tastes like water with a hint of sweetness. This sap only flows in late winter. The ideal weather has nights in the 20s and days warming up to the 40s.
MountainRose Vineyards is thankful for a very good year!
Our crop of 2019 is in! WOW! We processed our biggest harvest ever, more than 25 tons of grapes with desirable sugar levels and almost perfect numbers.
MountainRose Vineyard’s Riesling recently won Gold at the 2019 Virginia State Fair. This rounds out medal achievements for Riesling, having also won Silver and Bronze in Virginia Governor’s Cup competitions over the years.
Sunday, July 21th, MountainRose Vineyards will celebrate 15 years of harvest with “A Day in the Country”!