GrapeVine

Issue: October 31, 2008

GrapeVine < Two light-brown apple moths were discovered within days of each other in Carneros in August, triggering a quarantine that would restrict the movement of flowers and fruit in the area. The moth, native to eastern Australia, lays eggs on grape leaves and the larvae feed on leaves and fruit clusters, leaving them prone to rot.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands September 29, 2008.

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