Harvest remains ahead of schedule this season. Read all about the grape projections and North Coast Crush, as well as a video featuring Dry Creek Vineyard's Chardonnay Crush!
Thanks to continued mild weather, the North Coast grape harvest remains ahead of schedule and some winemakers may even finish picking their fruit by the beginning of October, according to growers and analysts.
About half of Sonoma County’s crop has already been harvested, said Karissa Kruse, president of Sonoma County Winegrowers, an industry trade group. The early harvest is on track to yield an average-size crop, nowhere close to 2013’s record-breaking crush when Sonoma County growers harvested 271,000 tons of grapes with a value totaling $605 million…
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