Dry farming wine grapes in the Alexander Valley, California

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Octogenarian grape grower Ed Scherrer reflects on the history and benefits of dry farming grapes in California’s Alexander Valley. Ed feels that vineyards that are irrigated will produce more fruit, but not live as long as dry farmed vines. Ask a Winemaker sat down with Ed Scherrer in the Alexander Valley at the start of the 2013 Harvest.

Watch our full series with Fred and Ed Scherrer of the Scherrer Winery on Ask a Winemaker. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL60BA50DBFAAF2E0A

Our series with Fred’s father Ed in the Alexander Valley: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLddUmDhg4G_IupK-p5HwV3nUyqb5tkIEF

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