KLTV came out to look at how harvest is going given that we are picking two weeks ahead of predictions because of the weather. What they found were healthy vines and sweet, tasty grapes. Watch the video here >>
Kiepersol says the heat is making better flavors because moisture will dilute the sugar content. "The sugar content is much higher because of the warm temperatures we've been having. It's been concentrating those sugar levels down and of course the flavors are much richer and fuller and will translate over to our wine," said Enologist Michael McClendon.