A vineyard is potentially a very valuable use of land. There is a lot to learn but the results can be impressive – even in a cool climate like Britain, even with only an acre or so available for use.
This e-book details most of what you need to know to make a success of a vine-growing and wine-making venture, whether for commercial or domestic purposes.
Based on an original series of articles published in magazines The Smallholder, Farmers Weekly and Homebrew Today and plenty of first-hand experience, this essential resource can help you plot your course successfully in an exciting new enterprise and enable you to avoid the many pitfalls lying in wait!
“Cool climate Vine-growing and Wine-making” outlines all you need to know to get started - whether as a bigger commercial producer, a small commercial producer, or to create a family vineyard producing enough low cost wine to satisfy a thirsty family of wine drinkers.
Although written with UK experience and resources in mind, the practices and principles apply universally to all cool climates globally.