Our Vranac Grapes in EcoHouse, Risan Montenegro

It is heavenly late summer weather, the sun shines, it is truly hot. The foliage of our vines is just starting to turn, we are taking some leaves off to expose the grapes even more to the sun.
Grapes will not continue ripening once picked from the vine they are ripe and ready to harvest when they are rich in colour, juicy, full-flavoured, easily crushed but not shriveled, and plump. They should be tightly attached to the stems. I am crushing grapes from different clusters, the taste is between sweet and tart.
Our terrace wall and canopy have been quite dramatic while changing from springtime to now, full-bodied grapes are hanging there, heavenly.
Garden walls have been extended, keeping sheep and cows out of the upper garden. Hoping for continued sunshine preparing for harvesting the grapes, making wine and grape jam! Lots to do. Not to forget, planting another Kiwi, extending our canopy frame for the grapes/vines, ready for growing next spring roses and kiwi, and pruning the vine carefully.