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Harvest time is here right on schedule, as I predicted, I might add. The winemakers are getting their crushpads ready for the first arrivals. August and September are the two busiest months for tourism in the San Francisco Bay Area, and this is the busiest year of the century. Every week in September will bring more and more activity as the grapes are turned into California’s tastiest liquid exports. The staffs at the wineries and tasting rooms are gearing up for another great “Crush” season, helping people like you have many Happy Hours of winetasting and touring.
Posted by Rodrigo on September 3, 2007
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