How to Grow Plump Wine Grapes for a Deep and Complex Homemade Wine

Although wine can be made from any type of grape, wine grapes are in a class of their own if you’re looking to produce a rich and complex wine. They’re smaller, full of seeds, and have thicker skins, and while they may not be as tasty as table grapes when eaten fresh, they also have a higher sugar and juice content, making them ideal for turning into wine.

Growing Wine Grapes: A Quick Snapshot

Author: Rachel Brown

When to Sow – Feb-Apr

When to Plant – Apr-Jun

When to Harvest – Aug-Oct

Average Yield per Plant – 0.5kg/year

Spacing – 90-180cm

Depth – 30cm

Click the link below to read the entire article and learn how to grow your own grapes to make your own wine at home!

https://diygarden.co.uk/growing/how-to-grow-wine-grapes/

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