Oct 2004 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
NortheastNew York "The Finger Lakes grape and wine industry is bracing for lower yields this fall in the wake of a January freeze that killed buds and wiped out some vines," reported the Finger Lakes Times. "Yields for some may be so low that wineries are wondering how much wine they will have available in 2005. Much of the blame falls on the erratic winds of January 10. The jet stream typically carries cold Canadian air over Lake Ontario. On its way from the northwest the air warms up over Lake...
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