Follow the 2019 Napa Valley grape harvest through weekly reports published in the Napa Valley Register and St. Helena Star.
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As the 2019 harvest nears its end, growers’ satisfaction with the quality of their grapes was tempered by their concern for Sonoma County resi…
Harvest is drawing to a close in the Napa Valley after what growers describe as a long and successful growing season.
With harvest now in the home stretch, local grapegrowers weathered last week’s power outage amid what has been a smooth growing season.
Harvest continues at full steam amid wild oscillations in temperature.
Grapegrowers’ attention is turning from whites to reds like Cabernet Sauvignon, the valley’s dominant crop.
Temperatures have cooled down after a brief heat spike, and harvest continues at a steady pace as some growers plan to pick Cabernet Sauvignon…
The harvest of white grapes is in full swing throughout much of the Napa Valley, as red varieties ripen steadily amid cool nights and warm days.
The harvest of white grapes continues, while reds enjoy what Elizabeth Vianna of Chimney Rock Winery described as “lovely ripening weather.”
Crews harvested 10 tons of Pinot Noir from the Richburg Vineyard and 12 tons of Chardonnay grapes from the Sisters Vineyard early Tuesday as h…