BBC: The California storms were great for wine
Tablas Creek and proprietor Jason Haas were featured in a new article from BBC discussing the effect that the atmospheric river storm had on the wine industry. From the article:
But the rain also provided a desperately needed gift to California's famed wineries, which have endured three years of drought, extreme wildfires, and the spiraling doom loop of climate change. The rains have replenished the groundwater and refilled reservoirs, giving winemakers hope for a productive growing season."