Harvest from New York to Minnesota

Winegrowing regions across the East encompass a wide array of climatic conditions from hot and dry to cold and damp. For once, the weather gods cut most grapegrowers in the East something of a break for the 2016 growing season. Most important, temperatures for the 2015-16 winter were milder than the previous two winters, so growers didn’t start the growing season worrying about major freeze events.
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Published: Oct. 26, 2016

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