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Trump wines are actually pretty good. But I can't put them on restaurant menus.
Wheeler diverts some cool-microclimate vineyard blocks to the bubbly, and this part of his production is one of his most promising contributions to Virginia wine.
Europe just got its first redwood trees
Recent research has even shown that coastline along California and Oregon may be getting less foggy, a microclimate the redwoods rely on to survive. According to Save The Redwoods League, the remaining old-growth redwood forest only occupies 5% of ...
The week's top 10 (or so) in review: WSHS girls' basketball headed to state
Fostered by Winona's microclimate that makes it the “Miami of Minnesota,” his backyard garden hosted everything from magnolias to peaches while orchids bloomed in the light of his living room window and an Egyptian lotus floated in a backyard pond.
Rosé is red hot in the Finger Lakes
When Stephanie Mira De Orduna, who runs Microclimate Wine Bar on Linden Street in Geneva, moved here in 2007, she said, dry rosé was rare and people confused it with a sweet blush wine most of the time.
Honeybear Chilean Honeycrisp bonanza expected
As Honeycrisp is a site-specific variety with very particular soil and micro climate requirements, we identified and invested in the best southern hemisphere growing regions to produce the best apple.

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