Killing frost turns its wrath on grapes

John Brehns of the Whitewater Hill Winery cuts a merlot vine to help rejuvenate the vineyard. The vines grow back with a harvestable grape crop in two years.



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John Brehns of the Whitewater Hill Winery cuts a merlot vine to help rejuvenate the vineyard. The vines grow back with a harvestable grape crop in two years.

That sound you heard late Thursday night and very early Friday morning was frost alarms going off across the valley. It’s been a familiar sound this spring, as seasonal freezes keep…




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