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  • Watch workers pluck the first wine grapes of 2017 harvest in SLO County

    The first wine grapes of the 2017 vintage are starting to be plucked from the vines in San Luis Obispo County in what growers are describing as a varied vintage.

The first wine grapes of the 2017 vintage are starting to be plucked from the vines in San Luis Obispo County in what growers are describing as a varied vintage. Joe Johnston The Tribune
The first wine grapes of the 2017 vintage are starting to be plucked from the vines in San Luis Obispo County in what growers are describing as a varied vintage. Joe Johnston The Tribune

SLO County wineries hope rainy winter, classic summer add up to a quality harvest

August 15, 2017 2:52 PM