AS the threat from wildfires subsides, California’s #WineCountry communities now face the daunting task of healing. Tourism is the Wine Country’s lifeblood. Many residents and businesses, even those not directly impacted by the fires, lost weeks of work as fires forced evacuations and road closures. Visiting now will help these communities recover.
“We can all help: Now is the time to visit Wine Country,” said Visit #California President & CEO Caroline Beteta.. “If you’re already planning a trip, don’t cancel — Wine Country residents need your business now more than ever.”
Consider a trip this fall, when the weather is beautiful, vines show autumn colors and there’s plenty to see, taste and experience. The region has more than 1,200 wineries, and fewer than 10 were heavily damaged. Most tasting rooms have reopened. And vintners expect the 2017 vintage to be excellent — 90 percent of this year’s grapes were harvested before the fires struck.
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