We picked our first grapes this year from vines we planted three years ago. We didn't get as much as I had hoped for but enough to start playing with, learned a lot for next year. Numbers on some were better than others, I'm guessing some of the high acid is due to the vines being young and maybe not having enough leaves to properly ripen everything (over cropping?) but I am curious to hear others thoughts on that as well. I was only planning to pick the whites yesterday but after looking at the condition of the marquette we decided to just pick that as well (we'll be gone next weekend). The weather has not been ideal the past couple weeks as well, cold and lots of clouds. Itasca (about 60lbs, best numbers) Brix 25, TA 12.9 g/l PH 3.12 La Crescent (about 10-15lbs, lots of acid) Brix 22, TA 17.7 g/l PH 3.04 Marquette (about 25lbs) Brix 22.5, TA 14.25 g/l PH 3.00 The itasca and Lacrescent are being blended in a field blend, not enough la crescent to be useful. I would have really liked to the the Marquette hang longer but everything was starting to see some major pressure from hornets etc and SWD is something I will have to plan for next year. I did not pick the petite pearl or verona as the numbers on those are still very low. Verona brix is at 16.5 and petite pearl is 17, apparently I didn't record the PH but as I recall one was 2.9 and the other 3.0. All in all I was hoping for better numbers but we learned a lot.