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  • Taste of Place: Vermont Vineyards Press Winter into Wine
  • Taste of Place: Vermont Vineyards Press Winter into Wine

    What happens to grapes left on the vine during Vermont's bitter-cold winter? They freeze, of course. Most winemakers bring in their harvest in early autumn, racing the weather to pick grapes before the first frost. But some Vermont vintners make a conscious choice to leave fruit untouched until winter hits. They wait for temperatures to sink to about 15 degrees Fahrenheit (usually by mid-December), then head out into the vineyard wearing heavy jackets, hats and gloves. They pick crystalline clusters of the frozen orbs, then hurry to press them before they have a moment to thaw.

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  • Vin Bar & Shop Closes Its Doors
  • Pulling the Cork on Vin

    Burlington’s Vin Bar & Shop quietly closed its doors last week. After more than three years of service, owners Kevin and Kathi Cleary —  proprietors…

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