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A view of September in Northwest wine country
In any normal year, September would constitute the first half of harvest. But in 2015, harvest started as much as three weeks earlier.
By the end of September, many wineries were well more than halfway done. Even with a bit cooler weather in September, harvest across the Pacific Northwest charged ahead.
And the Great Northwest Wine team was there to record it. Here are a few images we took during September as we traversed our region.
To see the photos, click on the right arrow above.