Peapod Burgundy?

This blog is about making wine, so I don’t talk about my vegetable garden very much. My gardening and winemaking overlap in some ways like rhubarb wine, oregano wine, tomato wine, and the one-pint (500 ml) batch of wine from my own grapes. Well there’s going to be some more overlap this year, because I’m growing four new things (and fermenting one of them). This will be my first time growing peas, and as a fan of Good Neighbors, I have to make wine from the pea pods – Peapod Burgundy as they called it on the show. As of now, I’ve just ordered the seeds, but I’ll have more to say about it as the season progresses.

Here’s what the Lady of the House has to say about our gardening plans this year.

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  1. Tom

    I realise this is quite an old post, but I came across it looking for instructions on making peapod burgandy myself! In the UK, though, we call ‘Good Neighbours’ by its proper name ‘The Good Life’.

    You may be interested to know that the TV series was originally based on two books by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey. I can’t find them on Amazon, but they’re worth looking out for if you’re a fan of the series.

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