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Spring 2016

– Jul 12, 2016 –

Reaching maturity in style

As your years tick by you will come to realise that there’s only one thing worse than reaching maturity-that’s not making it!-and if you can do it in style then so much the better.

Filed in: 2016

Autumn 2016

– Mar 22, 2016 –

Pegasus – You’re a Legend!

We have a flighty old nag shut away in a stable out the back and it could tell you a tale or two if it had a mind to do it. For reasons that we don’t know, it’s rather shy, so gather round close or it will overhear us and have a tantrum. Perhaps part of its problem is due to confusion over gender orientation or, to be more precise, sexual identity. 

Filed in: 2016

Summer 2015 / 2016

– Nov 16, 2015 –

Bee Good

“Where the bee sucks there suck I,” sings Ariel in praise of nature in the Immortal Bard’s Tempest. One of the things that we love at Pegasus Bay is working amongst nature in full flight. 

Filed in: 2015

Spring 2015

– Aug 03, 2015 –

Spring Sex in the Vineyard

Spring has almost sprung and is on our doorstep. Mother Nature is once again intent on renewing herself. In the vineyard it is an exciting but nervous time. 

Filed in: 2015

Autumn 2015

– Apr 22, 2015 –

Roll Out the Barrel

Wine lovers; spare a thought for the humble barrel. It has been around for a very long time, at least since the days of Imperial Rome, and it has been used in winemaking from the middle ages or earlier. In those times it was nothing more than a storage vessel.

Filed in: 2015

Summer 2014 / 2015

– Dec 01, 2014 –

Marching through the Dangerous Ides

The soothsayer said to Caesar, “Beware the Ides of March”, to which the great man blithely answered, “The Ides of March are come.” The reply was prophetic, “Aye, Caesar, but not gone.” This was according to the imagination of Shakespeare but what followed is a matter of historical truth. Before the Ides had passed Caesar was a bloodied corpse. What are the Ides and when are they important?

Filed in: 2015

Spring 2014

– Sep 01, 2014 –

Frost – Foe or Friend

Those who grow grapes in a cool climate fear frost and at Pegasus Bay we certainly toss and turn in our cots at night during late spring and early autumn. A spring frost can kill the tender new shoots, leaves and inflorescences (flower buds). 

Filed in: 2014

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