No Whining In The Vineyards: Grape Crop Great
It was not a good summer for water availability.
And it was a terrible year for fires.
But the drought and heat were not all bad for all living things. Take wine grapes, for example.
In fact, take a lot of them, because they appear to be quite abundant this year.
Southern Oregon University climatologist Gregory Jones joins us.
Dr. Jones explains the weather factors that produced what appears to be a bumper crop in Oregon vineyards.