Clos de Vougeot: Burgundy’s Community Vineyard

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When the harvest is over, the grape vines begin to turn color, usually yellows, oranges and reds. While aesthetic  excessive color may be a sign of vine viruses or chemical deficiencies in the vineyard’s soil.

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