The cool northern wind has begun to blow

Last night, I was awakened by a loud, incessant noise that I could hear outside my home.

I got up and opened a window to see what was going on: the north wind had begun to blow. It was the first time this year that you could feel it.

It’s a cold but dry wind. And it doesn’t bring humidity with it. Just the opposite: it keeps the grape bunches healthy and dry. Ideally, it will continue to blow.

The following photos were taken at sunrise this morning at 7:10 a.m., when the temperature was 12° C. 

Sunrise tuscany 1
Sunrise tuscany 2

Today, we picked Merlot grapes that will be used in our Rosso di Toscana IGT and in our Mazzoni Rosso.

Merlot tuscany 2014
The Sangiovese that we picked today will be used in our Rosso di Montalcino.

Sangiovese montalcino 2014
Fabrizio Bindocci


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