US: Hi-tech methods improve grape picking

By Monica Dobie | 14 September 2006

Californian winemakers are turning to high-tech chemistry to choose optimum grape picking times, according to a Gallo Family Vineyards executive.

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Californian winemakers are turning to high-tech chemistry to choose optimum grape picking times, according to a Gallo Family Vineyards executive.

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