With the temps of the Pacific cooling, it will be interesting to see how the fog affects the CA coastal vineyards. Could be a great year, or maybe not?
And yet California seems to have a larger harvest then usual. 2012 vintages will be very interesting.
How so? (More than any other vintage, I mean.)
Mostly economically, I think. Lower yields for Europe means higher prices, the opposite for California, Oregon and Washington I would assume. The few vintners I know say this was not only a bountiful year but of very high quality fruit, also.
Yes, this seems to be common, in many countries. We will see how things sort out.
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