It doesn't matter where you are in Napa Valley at the moment - everyone is talking about the 2012 vintage. A bountiful fruit set in the spring was followed by even temperatures throughout the summer leading to perfectly proportioned fruit. Winemakers and vineyard managers are almost giddy with excitement.
I walked the vineyard this morning and noted just a couple of rows of fruit remaining from a vineyard client taking advantage of a couple more days of warm temperatures for a tiny burst of increased ripeness.
Here is some Clone 337 still hanging...
Can't wait to taste the wines post fermentation!
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