Three consecutive days of 110 degrees in St. Helena, and elsewhere, did not help this year's grape harvest. [ more › ]
California's grape wine harvest in 2012 was the largest to date, up 20% from the year earlier, according to a preliminary report released Friday.
An unexpected heat wave in Italy is upending grape farmers' harvest plans. Here's what that could mean for this year's vintage
Harvesting grapes usually takes thousands of workers. But a new raisin grape variety bred in Central California could dramatically cut down on the need for labor.
Drought, frost and hail have combined to ravage Europe's wine grape harvest, which in key regions this year will be the smallest in half a century, vintners say Read the rest of the story at: Wine Experts Say 2012 Grape Harvest Wors...