2021 Harvest Report
Washington’s 2021 wine grape harvest was marked by record-breaking heat during the growing season, resulting in low yields of high-quality fruit. The Washington State Wine Commission’s annual Grape Production Report, compiled with information provided by all Washington State wineries, showed 179,600 tons of wine grapes were harvested in 2021, just slightly more than the previous year.
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