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26. aug. 2000
1,5 hectares of red Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir grapes and 1,5 hectares of the white Chardonnay-grapes have been fully harvested, which adds up in about 40 tonnes of grapes.
All dealt with manually by a team of family, friends and occasional French and Danish staff that has worked and lived together partly or fully during the period.
The Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes had more rots and therefore we had to leave 20-25 percent of them on the floor to deliver the rest in the sought-after quality.
However, these will not stable in the first months, so only after the Christmas and New Years festivities will we begin to taste them more systematically to decide how we want to blend the assemblages of 2011.