California Wineries Prep For Another Year Of Drought As Dry Summer Looms

By Nick Visser

This story originally appeared on AccuWeather.

Three months after a drought state of emergency was declared in California, things have steadied temporarily for grape growers, but there is still a long way to go in the season.

“Although we have had some rain, and things have improved a bit, we are still on high alert,” said Steve McIntyre, president and founder of Monterey Pacific Vineyards.

This time of year is being described as the calm before the summer, according to another vineyard owner.

Zac Robinson, family owner of Husch Vineyards in Anderson Valley, Calif., said there was some short-term relief about a …read more

Source: Huffington Post Green

    

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