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10.29.2010

Vinography Images: The Coming Storm

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The Coming Storm
This image of a post-harvest vineyard in the face of a coming storm in Chile's Colchagua valley seemed in keeping with the waves of rain that are rolling off the Pacific here in California, making for a tricky dance for most vintners who still have fruit out in the vineyards. Will it get sunny here at the end of October, or will those who didn't get all the fruit in by now live to regret the decision? We shall see. In the meantime, we watch the clouds gather. -- Alder Yarrow

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