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October 06, 2008


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Although rainfall in the '05 deluge varied across the East End, I know that we had much more than 8 inches in the 10 day span (I believe we recorded 15 inches at Raphael). I'm assuming that you meant to type 18 inches, which was recorded at other locations. The fact that this huge amount of rain could be drained so quickly, with growers able to get into the fields to harvest within days of the end of the rainy period, shows how unique the LI region is. There are very few regions that could have withstood this kind of event at all, much less produce top quality wines after it.

Ben: You're right. Simple typo! Have updated the post. Thanks.

Hope all is well at McCall Vineyard.

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