“The Dream Becomes a Reality in Earnest” copyright 2015, John J. Rigo, Commentary on Stewart-Rigo Winery

Moving forward at the beginning’s of the vineyard planting at Stewart-Rigo Winery in Eustace, Texas in Henderson County, Texas.

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Unloading VSP Trellis for vine wire.  Average weight 300 lbs.  Hole for each nine inches each.  Will encompass an acre and a half.  Copyright 2015 John J. Rigo, Stewart-Rigo Winery in Eustace, Texas. Unloading VSP Trellis for vine wire. Average weight 300 lbs. Hole for each nine inches each. Will encompass an acre and a half. Copyright 2015 John J. Rigo, Stewart-Rigo Winery in Eustace, Texas.

VSP Trellis for wine wire hanging system.  Start of planting project for acre and half.  Copyright 2015, John J. Rigo, Stewart-Rigo Winery in Eustace, Texas. VSP Trellis for wine wire hanging system. Start of planting project for acre and half. Copyright 2015, John J. Rigo, Stewart-Rigo Winery in Eustace, Texas.

Starting a vineyard is much more than starting a vegetable garden.  The success or most of time, failure of such a dream is common.  Many a started vineyard today has rows of wood posts with wire and no plants or at best the dying remains of once was a dream in a vineyard.  We have prepared long and hard for our dream.  185 hours of study thru UC at Davis, out of California.  Knowledge is power in the wine growing business.  There are no short-cuts.  Finding the right soil in the right location…

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“Linda Stewart-Rigo, CEO, Stewart-Rigo Winery, copyright 2015, John J. Rigo co-owner

Linda Stewart-Rigo, CEO of Stewart-Rigo Winery: Consultations available on vineyard management and wine making in East Texas, Copyright 2015 John J. Rigo

Linda Stewart-Rigo, CEO of Stewart-Rigo Winery: Consultations available on vineyard management and wine making in East Texas, Copyright 2015 John J. Rigo

Mrs. Linda Stewart-Rigo has just completed 185 hours thru five on-line courses thru UC at Davis in California in “Wine Making.”  The course qualifies Mrs. Stewart-Rigo the expertise to consulate in all phrases of vineyard management and wine making in the Henderson County area of East Texas.  For rates and availability of her schedule for such consultations contact her at lonestarorganics@msn.com or contact her cell at:

469-450-4100 

“Future Residents of Stewart-Rigo Winery” copyright 2013 John J. Rigo, Texas’ Commentator

 

 

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Stewart-Rigo Winery of Texas

Copyrighted 2013Silver Star Winery of Texas

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Silver Star Winery of Texas

The above and side pictures are of our four pets who will soon reside at the Stewart-Rigo Winery of Texas.  They will be looking forward to seeing you all.