Vine in Nevada
Vine in Nevada
Some vineyards in the state of Nevada, the assembly line, which rises to over 4000 meters above sea level, located to the east of California, have find them in Nye County and Churchill County .With a continental climate altitude. Arid or semi-arid, and generally less than 300 mm annual precipitation with a wet air masses coming from the Pacific blocked by the mountain barrier of Nevada, but climate is more dry and hot in the south Nevada.
The vineyards of Nye County, is located in the vicinity of Pahrump census town, the most populous county in southern Nevada, and from an hour drive from Las Vegas with the160 west road.
Production is very limited, however with the varieties grown we found: Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petite Syrah, Symphony-Wine, Chardonnay, Semillon, and Sauvignon Blanc.
The Pahrump Valley Roasters is also the largest specialty coffee roaster in southern Nevada, and serves the finest Arabica coffee beans. Come and enjoy the aroma and taste of freshly brewed coffee, dry Nevada.
Climate and low humidity make it ideal for roasting gourmet coffees. As well as a relaxing day at one of the local vineyards, or it is easy to feel transported to another place and time. Accompanied with a tour, and a tasting wines from the vineyards, that ends with a picnic with friends or family, in an elegant atmosphere and a mountain decor on a beautiful sunny day.
Vineyards of the Churchill County, is located in Fallon, Nevada Oasis. Fallon is from 60 miles east of Reno. The city is surrounded by farm, ranches and wetlands with Lahontan Valley - a paradise for bird watchers. Fallon offers to nature, the arts, shops and a special menu , for events throughout the year including farmers ' market in summer. TOP GUN Navy school is here.
Fallon is a destination for meetings and small conventions. Or to be installed
Churchill Vineyards is located in a target area where the wild fish are abundant in the wetlands around the abandoned farms with underground water decreases and domestic water hall wells are drying up.
Past decade Churchill Vineyards owners have worked to identify an alternative high-value crop that uses less water in an effort to recover the abandoned farmland in the county of Churchill. For, rebuilding, the Nevada agriculture.
Churchill Vineyard is a jewel of Nevada, tempting to create a new wine industry in the region and in planting grapes that uses little water. And promoting the tourism industry of Nevada with mud, train rides, bus tours, and theater performances.
Grapes growing in the area of the Nevada desert, is limited with water resources. Proves that the vine could taking four to five years to be mature. with a desert climate is dry and cold.
The winery has a small vineyard, planted in the early 1990s, with the first harvest in 2005 with Zinfandel wine is full-bodied red wine, among other varieties grown there are the: Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Syrah, Syrah, Gewürztraminer, Semillon, Chardonnay, Riesling
Churchill County climate c
reates a quality Gewurztraminer with a focus on fruit that is spicy.
The name comes from the Nevada mountain range (Sierra Nevada mountain range in Spain covered in snow)
Nevada is located, in western United States, in the Great Basin. Surrounded by five states: California to the west, Oregon and Idaho to the north, east Utah and Arizona to the south, is the seventh largest US State of area of 286,351 km²
The terrain consists, a succession of almost parallel mountain ranges. which ones measures a hundred kilometers long.
It is located at the same latitude as Greece. Are average altitude of 1675 meters, the highest peak in Boundary 4005 meters near the California border, with fifty peaks over 2750 meters, welcome lush forests inhabited by many species.
The first inhabitants were nomadic, hunting hares, antelope, bighorn sheep, deer and squirrel, they complemented with fishing, and lived in harmony with nature. Then these people have settled and left numerous traces.
The main river is the Humboldt Nevada (480 km) which flows entirely within the state, in the north, and empties into any ocean, like many rivers in the Great Basin, usually powered by snowmelt in spring.
The main natural lakes to the west of the state and are mountain lakes: Taholeest straddles in California and Nevada. It measures 502 km2 and is located 1,867 meters above sea level. This is the third deepest lake in America.