It’s snowing in California vineyards, and winemakers are loving it | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

It’s snowing in California vineyards, and winemakers are loving it

“These cold, snowy winters keep vines in that nice sustained dormancy state,” says Kevin Jones, whose family owns Lava Cap Winery in Placerville. At 2,700 feet elevation, the vineyard has received between 14 and 18 inches of snow so far this year, whereas 9 to 12 inches is typical.

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