Posted by Josh Bergström As we continue to enjoy fair skies and dry weather in Oregon, the harvest has become extended, meaning that vintners can take their time bringing in fruit. This allows vineyards to fully ripen their crops, yet, because of the cool weather and even colder nights, physiological ripeness does not necessarily mean high sugars and low acids.
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