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Summer

Summer is another busy season in the vineyard. It’s a constant challenge to manage
each vine’s growth to ensure it effectively fills the trellising system, in addition to keeping damaging pests and diseases off the vines. We also carefully monitor the fruit every day to make sure it’s ripening properly.

Summer tornadic storm
A summer tornadic storm
rolling over the vineyard.

Colleen checking vignoles
Colleen checking to see how the
Vignoles are ripening.

Jason monitoring
Jason monitoring the new vines as they grow.


Vignoles
The Vignoles vines in early-Summer
2006 – the year after they were planted.


Vignoles vines protected from the birds with netting
Vignoles vines protected
from the birds with netting.

Vignoles
The long rows of Vignoles vines.

Vignoles
The Vignoles vines in mid-Summer.

Norton grapes ripening
Norton grapes ripening.

Vignoles
More rows of our Vignoles vines.

Bat Houses
Bat houses are scattered throughout the
vineyard to help our fellow
“creek creatures” feel at home.

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Jowler Creek Vineyard & Winery
Jason & Colleen Gerke
16905 Jowler Creek Road ~ Platte City, Missouri 64079
(816) 858-5528 ~ info@jowlercreek.com

Tasting room open Wed.–Sun., 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
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