High temperatures help Oregon wine harvest


A week of 90-degree temperatures following a wet spring means good news for Oregon wine growers.

Share this article!

A week of 90-degree temperatures following a wet spring means good news for Oregon wine growers.

The rainy spring set vineyards back about five weeks, which would have meant a November harvest if the rain held off, or a major crop loss.

However, last week’s hot weather and sunshine instead sped up the growth and in turn, moved up the harvest.

Read more at KGW.com.

{biztweet}oregon wine{/biztweet}




Latest from Oregon Business Team