Press Democrat coverage of the Sonoma Valley Harvest, “Grape harvest season kicks off on North Coast.” Work crews were out around 2 a.m. at the Kiser Vineyard just south of Sonoma along Highway 12 to pick a five-acre parcel dedicated to pinot noir grapes. Seven hours later, the fruit was trucked over to the nearby @gloriaferrerwines where it was pressed into juice that will go into sparkling wine. “I would say we are on the normal (yield) side from the growing standpoint,” said Steve Sangiacomo of @SangiacomoVineyards who manages the vineyard. “We’re later than the last few years, but they (previous harvests) have been on the early side.” Complete article at the link: bit.ly/2w8JtA4 or our Facebook page. Article by Bill Swindell, Photography by Kent Porter – thank you both for joining us yesterday morning for an exciting kickoff to #SonomaValleyHarvest! #sonomavalleyharvest #sonomavalleywine #sonomavalleygrown #therootsrundeep #pressdemocrat @kpfotog @bill_swindell @pressdemo
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