Leaf thinning around the newly formed bunches of grapes allows the sun to evenly ripen the grapes. The grapes in later June (Northern Hemisphere) are green and hard, the leaves are pulled away on one side of the vines at Château Maine Gazin to receive the full morning sun…. Read more

Hedging of the vines is important to allow full sun into the south sloping rows. Leaf thinning over the bunches follows to enable even berry ripening…. Read more

The gold awarded red wines bottled at Chateau Maine Gazin on 28th April. Grand vin de Bordeaux rouge 2018 & Petit Verdot 2018… Read more

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