It’s amazing what you find when you dig below the surface. Soil test pits have our jam this month. We’ve learned scads about why things are growing (or not) from these 2-metre-deep pits. But soil science aside, “what lies beneath” leads you to some interesting places.
Sometimes it really feels like you are up against it. A wicked cold snap in late November has wreaked havoc with Okanagan farms. Crops yields will likely be significantly diminished because of bud and plant loss. Operationally ‘uncertainty’ seems to be the catch phrase for 2023 …
but we have Del
Mother’s Day – not a simple day.
Relationships are complex, life is a journey and Mom’s come in many shapes and forms.
Many of you have likely visited with her in the Tasting Room … she is my Mom and the Winery’s proverbial ‘Mother Earth’.
February. For some it is the month of love, for others the longest month of the year. On the farm it is a month bundling up, of pruning and planning, of keeping the water defrosted and of slow cooked meals with lots of red wine on the table.