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  • Harsh winter damages Idaho grape vines

    With the temperatures dipping well below zero over the winter, many southern Idaho grape growers are worried about extensive damage and a reduction in their grape output this year. This won't affect the quality of Snake River Valley wines, but it's likely to affect quantity. Here, Williamson Vineyards' Mike Williamson talks about what the wineries are up against.

With the temperatures dipping well below zero over the winter, many southern Idaho grape growers are worried about extensive damage and a reduction in their grape output this year. This won't affect the quality of Snake River Valley wines, but it's likely to affect quantity. Here, Williamson Vineyards' Mike Williamson talks about what the wineries are up against. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
With the temperatures dipping well below zero over the winter, many southern Idaho grape growers are worried about extensive damage and a reduction in their grape output this year. This won't affect the quality of Snake River Valley wines, but it's likely to affect quantity. Here, Williamson Vineyards' Mike Williamson talks about what the wineries are up against. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Harsh winter takes heavy toll on Treasure Valley vines

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