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Pinot & Chardonnay Peak in Sonoma County

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Chianti Rd., Geyserville (11/22/17) David Laurence Sharp

Madrone Rd., Sonoma Valley (11/18/17) David Laurence Sharp

Passalacqua Winery, Dry Creek Rd., Dry Creek Valley (11/22/17) David Laurence Sharp

Trentadue Winery, Geyserville (11/22/17) David Laurence Sharp

Madrone Rd., Sonoma Valley (11/18/17) David Laurence Sharp

Pinot and Chardonnay vines are peaking in Sonoma County, as is typical for Thanksgiving Week, local vineyard photographer David Laurence Sharp reports.

“The west county, where early ripening varieties such as Pinot Noir & Chardonnay are prevalent, are quickly losing their leaves,” Sharp writes, though “Northern Sonoma County, planted more to later ripening varieties, is in full color glory.”

Whereas, “Sonoma Valley is a mix of full-on color, some vineyards have lost their leaves.”

Sonoma Valley – Peak to Past Peak – You Almost Missed It.

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