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THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS
Posted on Friday February 12, 2021

On the occasion of this special day dedicated to the enamored, we thought we would learn a little about the language of Winter flowers. Decisions about the flowers we choose for someone are often entirely subjective and based on a memory, fragrance, shape or colour that pleases us. Yet certain flowers and plants often conceal […]

THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS Vignamaggio Blog.



WINTER PRUNING
Posted on Wednesday January 20, 2021

Never as in the vineyard is it fair to say that in January we make a clean break ( a “sharp cut” in Italian) with the past: it’s pruning time. Winter pruning is an essential practice for the well-being and vigor of the plant and prepares the vine to produce for the next year. Pruning […]

WINTER PRUNING Vignamaggio Blog.



THE FESTIVE WOODLANDS
Posted on Saturday December 19, 2020

The Vignamaggio woods are scattered with paths that wind through a rich, fragrant and welcoming Mediterranean vegetation: the trees are not very large, but healthy and lush. Through their foliage one can glimpse the remains of ancient dry-stone walls, reminders that every corner of this land was once cultivated and that the woods, before the […]

THE FESTIVE WOODLANDS Vignamaggio Blog.