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RESTEZ LIÉS♥️même confinés😷 : pluie bienfaitrice pour les vignes et le #millesime2020 , fin d’après midi dans la plaine hier, face à Pommard. L’orage est juste au dessus de Beaune. Cette nuit Il est tombé 8 mm à Pommard, la terre en avait bien besoin ! Prenez soin de vous et de vos proches♥️#lavignecontinue #vinsdebourgogne #vinsbourgogne #bourgognewines #bourgognetourisme #cotedortourisme #pommard #winedestinations
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There has been a tiny amount of rain in Burgundy and Beaujolais in the last 50 days, but not everywhere – fortunately, there had been plenty since October. The ground has been parched and most domaines with new plantings of vines have had to return to give them water. This weekend, finally, it has rained – and quite stormily too. The forecast is largely wet for most of the following days, that will cheer the growers up – it has been hard work in the vines having to wear t-shirts and sunglasses for most of March and April 🙂
Let’s see how we continue, but for the moment the vines are very vigorous; in terms of their stage of growth, they are the most advanced recorded – a couple of days ahead of the 2007 vintage at the end of April – that’s 3 weeks in advance of where they were in 2019! I don’t have a comparison to 2003 or 1947!
Source: Chambre d’Agriculture de Côte-d’Or, 27 April 2020