Why do old vines produce better wine grapes? (It’s the Mycorrhiza)

Old vines have a unique ability to access the nutrients in a vineyard’s soil. Dai Crisp explains the role of mycorrhiza in a video that is for the geekiest of wine geeks.

Dai Crisp is the winemaker at Lumos Wines and a leader in organic farming in Oregon’s Willamette Valley at the Temperance Hill Vineyard.

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