The benefits of dry-farming wine

The benefits of dry-farming wine

Back in the 1990s, Russ Raney and John Paul were scandalized to discover that several of their wine-producing peers in Oregon’s Willamette Valley had begun installing drip-irrigation systems in their vine-yards. After all, the valley receives an average of 42 inches of rain a year. It seemed like the last place you’d need to add water.

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