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VineLine Dispatches from Harvest 2019
Harvest 2019 is running full steam. Throughout the Great Northwest wine community, grapes are being picked, transported, crushed and stored.
It’s the height of activity so where better to send photojournalist Richard Duval but to a different region each week to capture slices of this most frantic of seasons.
Last week, he roamed the Yakima Valley and Red Mountain for harvest action, ending the week with crush in Woodinville.
Duval is roaming the Northwest looking for harvest and crush photo opportunties as part of our expansive coverage of the harvest season. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org with updates about your harvest and crush activities. He will make every effort to come.