Agweb.com  November 22, 2017

“Less than 1 percent of the winemaking capacity burned,” said Daniel Sumner, economist and professor at University of California, Davis. “The interesting thing we’re looking at now and what people should recognize is that the grapes that hadn’t yet been harvested, tended to be the highest price Cabernet Sauvignons.”

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