Do “Old Vines” Produce Better Wine?

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A lot of people are under the impression that old vines produce better quality grapes and therefore better wine. In this clip shot from an old vine vineyard in the south part of Napa Valley I talk about the reasons that Old Vines don’t always produce better wines than younger vineyards. If you like the content here, please subscribe and like the videos. If you have any questions or would like me to speak about any topic related to wine please comment and I will do a video on your subject of choice. Cheers!

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