Making Quality A Family Tradition

 

804 CLOSSON ROAD,
HILLIER, ON, K0K 2J0

SINCE 2003

LACEY ESTATES 

 

Planting
Planting New vines being planted by hand.
Buds
Buds The smoke from the frost protection the night before lingers in the vineyard, as our winemaker checks the vines.
Burning Canes
Burning Canes After the vineyard is pruned, the canes are pulled into piles and burned.
Frost Protection
Frost Protection The smoking pile of hay can be seen through the light provided by Kimball''s truck, as they are burning for frost.
Early In the Season
Early In the Season An early look at our growing vineyard.
Before Flowering
Before Flowering The vines are just about to begin flowering.
Flowering
Flowering The flowers have just developed, and will soon turn into grapes.
Growing Clusters
Growing Clusters These grapes are pea sized, and will soon transition through veraison where their skin will turn colour.
Robin''s Nest
Robin''s Nest A robin has made its nest in the vines.
Baby Robins
Baby Robins The baby robins have hatched!
Spider
Spider A spider has made its home under the vines.
Moth
Moth This moth loves the vines.
Veraison
Veraison A grape cluster going through veraison.
Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir Our Pinot Noir Grapes ready to be harvested.
Baco Noir
Baco Noir These Baco Noir vines are heavy with fruit!
Small Basket Press
Small Basket Press One of our earliest harvests using our original press.
Pinot Gris
Pinot Gris Our 2015 Rose Emily straight out of the press.
Macerated Baco
Macerated Baco Our winemaker with freshly de-stemmed Baco Noir grapes.
Baco Hands
Baco Hands This is the colour of our hands after we pick the Baco Noir.
Hilling
Hilling Hilling up the vines for the winter.
Winter
Winter Our newest vineyard covered in snow.
 

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