Ata Rangi – There are seeing-eye dogs, sniffer dogs, and then there are wine dogs. Checking brix today before the Syrah pick..
How do you tell if your grapes are at optimum ripeness? Send in the wine dogs of course

How do you tell if your grapes are at optimum ripeness? Send in the wine dogs of course

This picture twittered by Ata Rangi caught my eye… there are truffle dogs and there are Brix sniffing dogs, pretty logical when you think about…

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