Columbia Crest 'Vineyard 10' Rose 2007
The mild winter allowed the vines to remain in good shape throughout the cold months.
In May, one to two weeks before bloom, temperatures spiked to 100 degrees for about a week.
The heat spike led to a smaller canopy which allowed for more light penetration, and contributed to good flavor development in the fruit. The hot temperatures also contributed to smaller berries with concentrated flavors.
During fruit set the weather conditions were favorable and the summer saw mild to average temperatures.
Veraison started 10 days ahead of average.. At the beginning of harvest, temperatures were moderate, and October weather was ideal for harvest