Late winter weather left snow in the vineyard in February into March, uncommon for the state, delaying pruning and
other vineyard work. This also contributed to greater soil moisture, increased canopy growth, and slightly delayed bud break and bloom.
Summer temperatures were cooler and considerably more even than in recent years, with a
notable lack of heat spikes. Overall, temperatures across the 2019 growing season were slightly
above 20-year averages but were nowhere near as warm as the years that preceded it.
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