The Use of Drones in Wineries


As climates change and traditional wine growing environments heat up, vineyards are looking at ways to protect against a loss of quality and income in their growing.

Californian grape growing Ryan Kunde has been making use of drone aircraft in the fight against climate change.

He analyzes aerial images from his fleet of drones as part of a broader “precision farming” movement to determine where he can reduce the amount of fertilizer, water or energy that is used to grow grapes. This, Kunde argues, will lower greenhouse gas emissions and help “slow the rate of climate change.”

For a drone like this and so amazing overhead imagery, see the DJI phantom 3 professional (Australia).


Wine and Good Health

3 good reasons to drink red wine

  1. Good for the health of your heart
  2. Anti -Cancer properties
  3. Improved cognitive impact

 Red wine and resveratrol: Good for your heart?

Resveratrol might be a key ingredient in red wine that helps prevent damage to blood vessels, reduces low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol (the “bad” cholesterol) and prevents blood clots.

Wine: How Much Is Good for You?

“A recent study shows a boost in brain power for women who enjoy a little alcohol. The study, published in the Jan. 20 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, evaluated more than 12,000 women aged 70-81. Moderate drinkers scored better than teetotalers on tests of mental function. Researchers found a boost in brainpower with one drink a day. Moderate drinkers had a 23% reduced risk of mental decline compared with nondrinkers.”


Research seems to suggest that there are many positive health benefits to consuming wine. However, the key also is in moderation.

Wine should not be considered a magic bullet to your health woes, however when added to a healthy and well balanced diet it can offer some health benefits in terms of your heart and cognitive health and the provision of anti-oxidents to the body.

Enjoy your wine and enjoy good health!