Veraison! (and other fun)

It’s here on Red Mountain!  

Véraison is a viticulture (grape-growing) term meaning “the onset of ripening”. It is originally French, but has been adopted into Englishuse. The official definition of veraison is “change of color of the grape berries.” Veraison represents the transition from berry growth to berry ripening, and many changes in berry development occur at veraison.


Meanwhile in the Media…

I wish I were half the marketing guru that the horses are.  No kidding.  People ask if we have called this or that news station or writer, because we get some really fun interviews and articles.  Nope, we’ve never approached anyone to write about us.  

The horses, on the other hand…

By virtue of standing out at the hitching rails, they’ve managed to make a number of friends “in the biz”.  Here are some new ones!

Touring and Tasting Magazine — “Ten Great Things to do in Washington Wine Country”

The Oregonian — “Red Mountain wine area in Yakima Valley offers horseback tours past gorgeous vineyards (photos)”

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