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Saturday's rain was more than a nuisance for growers in the Napa Valley we were surprised.
Paul Goldberg has 350 acres of vineyards he says the area was expecting an eighth of an inch of rain Saturday instead they received -- down -- to the tune of about a could -- change.
A quarter hit and then -- half fit.
We -- start a minor thing fingernails a little bit.
Already some -- -- -- -- the weight graves which have thinner skins -- there heads that are more vulnerable to wet weather the moisture gets trapped inside of there and the very start to expand in any kind of damage that's been on those grapes.
That's where the -- And defendant and we actually holds some of these leads away from the clusters on Sunday so that we can get better air flow through -- through the leaves here.
The good news is most of the whites have already been harvested but there is still about 10% of it out there.
So Goldberg -- increased the harvest this week from a 100000 pounds of grapes per day to 200000 pounds field workers are working longer hours.
-- working day and night around the clock at night with lights.
And you know really feel the pressure to get this -- -- with the highest quality we camp.
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