Neighbors Help Carmenet Find Grapes After Fire

Issue: November 15, 1996

November 15, 1996 Neighbors Help Carmenet Find Grapes After Fire In a dramatic gesture of cooperation, a group of Sonoma County wineries has helped secure nearly 170 tons--or about 10,000 cases worth--of grapes for Carmenet Winery, which bore the brunt of a July 31 brush fire that destroyed 45 of its 67 acres of Sonoma Valley grapes.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands November 15, 1996.

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