Buttery, chewy, peppery, zesty — yes. Dusty? No. It might be OK to see dust on the bottles in someone’s wine cellar, but it’s never good on your grapes or in your presses.
You live the science of winemaking; Midwest excels in the science of dust control in vineyards. Oenology for you, nanotechnology for the chemists at Midwest. Together with you, Midwest will co-develop a program specifically for your vineyard or winery. Just as the taste of your wine differs from other varietals at other vineyards, your dust control and road stabilization program should be particular to your specific needs.
Midwest understands that your reputation — the reputation of your brand and the trust in your label — means everything. Dust is harmful. It’s a fact of life that vineyard roads are unpaved, but the dust that’s created can harm your grapes and hurt your yields. Dust is unpleasant. So much of a vineyard’s business is now dependent on at-site activities such as winetastings and tours. Additionally, you get regular visits from vendors checking on the new arrivals. Airborne dust degrades the experience at your winery, no matter the visitor. If someone takes the trip for a nice winetasting event and they end up choking on and covered in dust, will they ever return or tell their friends to try it?
Given the critical needs specific to vineyards and wineries, and the unique challenges presented, it makes sense to choose experts in dust control for your business and the circumstances of your industry. Midwest has created patented dust control products and managed service programs for vineyards and wineries, with a proven process to co-develop comprehensive plans with individual winemakers and grape farmers — made for you and made to provide solutions to your problems.