Video: watch as crews rush to harvest grapes ahead of October storms

by TrevR on November 6, 2007

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The latest installment of our Adopt-A-Grape experience arrived in our in-box yesterday. This round is a video showing the crew rushing to harvest their grapes ahead of the storms we had back in mid-October.

Check out the video below to learn what “Mog” stands for and hear about some of the random things that have been found in bunches of grapes plucked from the vines each year (tennis anyone?). Also, is it just us, or does the shot at about 3:03 look eerily similar to the header image of this here blog? Happy viewing!

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