Vine-growing in Alaska and other points north

Mike Mosesian of Bell's Nursery

A comprehensive survey of vine-growing as it approaches the North Pole, including the story of Anchorage’s greenhouse vineyards – featuring Sun-Maid raisins, romance and moose.

18 February 2022 Several people have contacted me with other interesting stories of people trying winegrowing in the far north. In Quebec, Vignoble Zyromski is making small quantities of wine from vinifera grown under greenhouse near Hautes Laurentides. Back in Alaska, people are using geothermal warmth near Manley Hot Springs (where it is otherwise incredibly cold) to grow produce and vines in greenhouse conditions. And somewhere near Fairbanks on the 65th parallel a man has...