Wine Enthusiast Article: The ‘Monumental’ Role Soil Microbes Play In Wine

The feature I wrote for the Feb/March edition of Wine Enthusiast Magazine, “Down In the Dirt,” is now digitally available.
What do soil microbes have to do with fine wine production? Everything!

Soil science is rapidly evolving in the understanding that the community of microorganisms living in soil, called the biome, play a monumental role in both vine health and wine quality.
A heathy biome faces many threats. Yet, conscientious winegrowers around the world are combating these threats in a multitude of ways to insure quality wine.

Please click the title below and read the article, then share your thoughts with me about this important and fascinating subject.

The ‘Monumental’ Role Soil Microbes Play In Wine

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