Each flower has the potential to become a grape.
Explore each step in the series, Vine to Vino: the lifecycle of a grape. This month, learn about flowering, and then see what's ahead for the year to come.
Flowering During flowering, grape vines develop tight bunches of tiny flowers. Grape flowers blossom from a dormant bud that emerged as a shoot during the previous year. While each flower has the potential to become a grape if pollinated and fertilized, a cold snap can kill these delicate blossoms, so some farmers take protective measures to protect their crop.
The Lifecycle of a Grape
Destemming & Crush
Pressing & Fermentation
Dormancy & Pruning
Next in the Vine to Vino series: Fruit Set