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Many vineyard owners already feeling the pinch after a series of small harvests will be forced to put up prices to stave off bankruptcy, experts say. You have exceeded the time limit and your reservation has been released.“A big Google group came by on Wednesday that was supposed to be staying in Sonoma,” said Emily Loera, who works events and the tasting room at Sycamore Creek Vineyards.“There was another couple that had going wine tasting in Napa on their bucket list.” Beauregard Vineyards in the Santa Cruz Mountains town of Bonny Doon is a relatively small winery and has experienced big crowds during the week, to the extent that co-owner and winemaker Ryan Beauregard wonders whether they can fit in all the potential visitors.The warnings have fuelled alarm in illustrious wine regions such as Bordeaux, which fear that Brexit could anyway drive British connoisseurs to buy cheaper from the New World.In France, officials say they are likely to end up with the smallest quantity of grapes for any vintage since the Second World War after vines were hit by frost and hailstones in the spring and a drought in the summer.“We had a meeting this week with about 35 to 40 winery representatives and asked if they were seeing more business from the North Bay.Literally, every single winery representative raised their hands.” Wineries in the Livermore area in particular are receiving plenty of inquiries, although vineyards in Santa Clara County, the Monterey Bay Area and the Santa Cruz Mountains also are hearing from people who were obliged to forego a North Bay wine experience.
“Everybody is going to be busy this weekend,” said Chris Chandler, executive director of the Livermore Valley Winegrowers Association.Individuals and Groups are welcome to taste, learn and explore the bounty of the "Greatest Garden in the World." Learn about the process of harvesting and making California Olive oil at Bozzano Farms.The Bozzano family has a history of farming in California dating back more than 4 generations.“A few days ago, a young lady who was getting married got in touch with us. Her venue in the Napa Valley was not damaged, but she felt guilty for taking hotel rooms from people who really needed them.So she came to our winery,” said Steve Ziganti, owner of 3 Steves Winery in Livermore.
“We are going to have extra labor and have all hands on deck with the crowds we have been getting this week and what we are expecting all weekend.” In Los Gatos, Testarossa Winery says business was well up throughout the week.