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A deep dive on dry farming and its relationship to terroir, heterogeneity vs. homogeneity, vine yield, micro-differences in soil and terrain, and its role in allowing us to intentionally release a bit of control over our vines. Dry farming is all about making the most of what nature affords us in the vineyard, so it can self-regulate without the need for human intervention — in turn creating wines that are a vibrant and pure expression of the vine. Rory also touches on rootstock and why a dry year doesn’t bother a properly dry-farmed vine.