Posts in Linden Updates
Linden Update | February 2019

Ready to get going

This winter has been uneventful, laidback, and kind of boring. Just how we like it. Vintage 2018 took a lot out of us and extra time was needed for a proper recovery. We are now ready to get going. We are giving you lots of reasons to visit.

2017 Riesling released

Linden Evolution Seminars expand

Second Special Cellar Tastings of 2019

Jim Law at Field & Main Restaurant

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Linden UpdatesJim Law
Linden Update | January 2019

Snow

Snow is magical and we love it at Linden.

Linden Evolution Seminars | Reservations

Linden will recommence a series of in-depth seminars that focus on our thirty years of winegrowing. Reservations can only be made on Linden’s website. (No phone reservations accepted.)

Special Cellar Tastings | Reservations

In order to make your weekend planning easier, reservations can now be secured online for Linden’s Saturday Special Cellar Tastings. Walk-ins are also welcome if space permits.

Linden Wine Dinner | The Blue Door Kitchen and Inn

We are thrilled to have a restaurant of such caliber so close to Linden.

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Linden UpdatesJim Law
Linden Update | November 2018

Free Form December

Winter slows the pace at Linden. After an intense and often stressful harvest season, we can now take time to get re-acquainted with our past vintages. For the last several years we have enjoyed sharing this process with all of you.

Terroir Project

The trials and tribulations of the 2018 growing season have consumed my attention, so it has been a while since I’ve written about Linden’s Terroir Project.

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Linden Update | April 2018

I’ve been delaying updating you about Linden’s spring vineyard activities.  Best to wait for spring weather to arrive. I haven’t yet given up on spring 2018, they say it will arrive later this week, so with great optimism here we go!

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Linden UpdatesJim Law
Linden Update | January 2018

Frigid Farmer’s Worries | Winter Tastings | Wine Dinners

Our farmer’s worries have started early this vintage as we watch the mercury drop. Temperatures below zero can damage vines. But it is complicated. Long story short, we should be OK with this current bout of arctic air.

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Linden UpdatesJim Law
Linden Update | November 2017

It was a Very Good Year | Terroir Project | Free Form December | 6th Annual Linden & RdV Wine Dinner

2017 will be our benchmark vintage for decades to come. This is one of the rare years where both whites and reds were harvested with high expectations.

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Linden Update | August 2017

The Vines | Terroir Project

After a very dry June and July our vines were in need of a good rain. An inch or two would have been great, but in just a few hours on August 11 we received 3.5 inches. This ended the drought and refreshed our stressed young vines.

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Linden UpdatesJim Law
Linden Update | July 2017

Classic Mid-Atlantic Summer

Most of you live in the area and have been experiencing our classic Mid-Atlantic summer. You may wonder how the vines are doing with the heat, humidity and lack of rain. The short answer is “fine”. The longer version is “it depends”.

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Linden Update | May 2017

Mother Nature has been a bit of a Wild Woman | Shoot Thinning | Terroir Project | Ashby Inn Wine Dinner

Mother Nature has been a bit of a wild woman. The vines shrugged off February temperatures in the 80°’s, teens in March and patchy frost in May. Our resilient vines have survived.

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