It was about time to list the varieties of grapes at Copdock Hall Vineyard with signs at the end of each row. It seems strange now that we haven’t done it beforehand.
Nothing wrong with a bit of ‘clarety’ – excuse the pun.
Thanks to all those who gave up their time today to help with this year’s grape harvest. Continue reading
Boxes bought and ready for harvest.
We might have installed these wasp traps a bit late in the season to save some of the grapes, but since we’ve installed them they’ve done a great job of dispensing with our yellow and black friends. Continue reading
It’s been three four years in the making…but here is out first bottle of Copdock Hall Vineyard wine – a rose. Blended by Shawsgate in Framlingham it’s a cheeky little number, dry but a bit fruity. Continue reading
With the warm weather almost upon us, it’s time to lay down the vines along the fruiting wire. Continue reading
After some chilly days…the winter pruning at Copdock Hall is complete. Continue reading