Harvest 2015 is underway!  To fully appreciate the art of winemaking, VAULT29 is taking you behind the scenes during the busiest - and most exciting - time of year in wine country. Here's a visually rich insider's look at the events taking place in Russian River Valley (Sonoma County) at Teac Mor.

(Photo credits: Beth Deutsche)

  Teac Mor Pinot Noir wait in anticipation of being picked. The winemaker and farmer work together to decide when to harvest.

Teac Mor Pinot Noir wait in anticipation of being picked. The winemaker and farmer work together to decide when to harvest.

  Decisions about trellising and training of the vines impact the way grapes grow and ease of harvesting.

Decisions about trellising and training of the vines impact the way grapes grow and ease of harvesting.

  Months of fastidious attention to the vines results in plump, gorgeous Teac Mor Pinot Noir berries

Months of fastidious attention to the vines results in plump, gorgeous Teac Mor Pinot Noir berries

  This wouldn't be possible with constant vineyard companion, Dweezle, who takes part in his 10 harvest.

This wouldn't be possible with constant vineyard companion, Dweezle, who takes part in his 10 harvest.

Learn more about Teac Mor and find out about purchasing wine by emailing christine@teacmor.com


Take a look inside the family-owned and operated winery in the Russian River Valley appellation of Sonoma County. Learn what "Teac Mor" means and get to know Steve Moore's (winemaker/vineyard manager) biodynamic approach to producing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from their estate grown grapes. Read more here.