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Harvesters working in a vineyard during the grape harvest in the Burgundy village of Gevrey-Chambertin. So far, Burgundy's harvest appears to be a solid success, with a good size crop of high-quality grapes.

Winemakers are feeling the heat, especially in Napa Valley

A scorching, record-breaking heat wave has left them with shrivelled grapes and quality worries
Sep 22, 2017 5:50 AM

New York

EARLIER this summer, Napa Valley was on track to be one of the world's luckiest wine regions this year, having escaped everything from hail to fires to grape-gobbling wild boar.

Then a scorching, record-breaking heat wave with temperatures up to 47 deg Celsius swept in and

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