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Napa Valley wine grower survives catastrophic California drought

July 31, 2014
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Despite a severe drought in California, Mumm Napa's winemaker says this season's crop may be better than average thanks to well-timed spring rains. Mana Rabiee reports. Video provided by Reuters

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California Wine Region Is Now Pumpkin Capital

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AP (Sep. 5, 2014) — Last month's 6.0 earthquake caused an estimated $50 million in damage to Napa Valley wineries. Winemakers are hoping this year's harvest, now underway, will make up for all the broken barrels and bottles. (Sept. 4) Video provided by AP
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