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MAY YOUR WINES FALL BRIGHT!    
    Inventory PRICES reduced.  All inventory is on Dutch St.  
Call to order supplies or email me your wish list, if you want. 
Call 607-368-3449 if you want to meet me here. 
 

Marcy Mitchell, 5443 Dutch St.,  Dundee, NY 14837

I will NOT be running the juice plant in 2017.  You can still call me with your winemaking questions!

607-368-3449  

Vineyard on Dutch St about 1 1/2 miles from Hyatt Hill. These vineyards were NOT sold with the Hyatt Hill vineyard. 

2018:  Concord U Picks
Late September-early October.  Bring your own containers. Limited tonnage right by the house at 5443 Dutch St.  Dundee, NY 14837  near Wayne, east side of Keuka Lake. Even if I sell the other vineyards, the Concords will still be here for U-picks with yields of 700-800 pounds, as they are in my yard, so to speak.

2018 Aurore early September

2018 Vignoles Late September-early October

2018 Noiret (NY7301) Early October

This block of Chancellor early Octobe, Chelois, DeChaunac early October, Leon Millot mid to late September, Foch mid-late September
was sold in 2017 to McGregor's Winery and these varieties are no longer available. 

Local juice plants that ALSO carry some supplies:

Randal Standish Vineyards 

Fulkerson's Winery 

Brix

2016 was the last year of the Mitchell's (Marcy) running the juice plant.  The vineyard and juice plant plus the house have been sold to Morten and Lisa Hallgren of Ravines Winery and White Springs, signing December 15, 2016.  Tom passed away December 1, 2015.  Thank you for all.

     

607-368-3449  The Dutch St vineyards were NOT sold with the Hyatt Hill vineyards. All our grapes have been hand picked due to terrain, steep hills and machines available in our area. There will be extra cost involved. Grapes are clean and quality is HIGH!  With serious drought 2016  turned into a challenging year.  The growing season for 2017 is the total opposite of 2016.  The rains keep on a-coming!

Our crop for 2017 looks good!  The wood selection for the 2017 crop varied from location and variety, some good long canes, some short canes from poor growth from the drought of 2016.  Pruners adjusted and we saw some interesting trimming.

There has been no want for adequate moisture for growth this year and the crop size looks good! 

  

  

 

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