STAGE 2 cont’d November 2009 – Vegetable & Herb garden Establish modest vegetable garden (tomatoes, onions, garlic, pumpkins)  Plant herbs. November 2010 – Extended Plantings New Chenin Blanc: A second variety of Chenin Blanc, 102 vines, were added in 2010.   Gewürztraminer: A second small vineyard was constructed mid 2010. A cluster of 226 Gewurztraminer vines were planted in November and expect to be cropped for the first time in 2015.   Establish ˝ hectare additional vegetable garden: (tomatoes, onions, garlic, pumpkins, heirloom cherry tomatoes, courgettes, cucumber, lettuces, spinach, rainbow chard, chilies, peppers, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli) to supply the restaurant and provide for the production of a large range of preserves. Almonds & Hazelnuts Producing;  STAGE 3 - QUEENSBERRY BISTRO & PANTRY September 2013 The Bistro is now re-established in its new location and we celebrated this change by re-defining (re-branding) it based on the Queensberry location. We can now support the Bistro substantially with produce from our own edible garden  The surplus from our garden has been channeled into a large range of retail food products; relishes, chutneys, jams, jellies, preserved fruit & berries, under the Queensberry Bistro & Pantry label.   STAGE 4 –LazyDog® VINEYARD & EDIBLE GARDEN  – TODAY, QUEENSBERRY 2014 Today, the LazyDog® Vineyard & Edible Garden has become the realisation of our ambition to be self supporting by way of an integrated wine & food producing rural property including the pressing of our first Olive Oil in June 2014.    Continuing to develop our modest wine business, now four vintages deep remains a priority . There are plans for additional plantings. A further 3 has been set aside for this development.
LazyDog® Vineyard & Edible Garden
Contact : ph 03 445 3211, email : info@lazydog.co.nz, 2 Gladsmuir Road, Queensberry, RD3, Cromwell 9383
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