Managing the soil is essential for farmers and vignerons. A measured and thoughtful approach and employing best practices is key to great winemaking. If we're going to put Maryland wine on the world map, we'll have to start with the best soil on gently rolling hills. This is precisely what we've found at Burnt Hill Farm. It all starts here, not just with the grapes, but even before that -- with the soil they're cultivated in. We may not be able to dictate the weather during any emerging vintage, but we can manage soil. Maryland vineyards hold great promise in the winemaking space with thoughtful farming practices. Slow and steady wins the race.