2018 Wine Harvest Report: Sonoma Sings of an Ideal Year

Dec 6, 2018

(WS) - Cooler temperatures and moderate weather lead to a long growing season, allowing grapes to ripen smoothly

After the stress of 2017, Sonoma winemakers hoped for a more relaxed harvest this year, and Mother Nature gave it to them. Last year brought scorching temperatures that triggered picking on Labor Day weekend. And that was before the wine-country wildfires began. But 2018 brought moderate temperatures and a long growing season, leading to relaxed picking and promising wines.


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