POSTED ON February 9, 2018 | IN Wine Photo of the Day | BY Joe Becerra
Old Vines and Wild Mustard in Napa Valley

Old Vines and Wild Mustard in Napa Valley

Old Vines and Wild Mustard in the Napa Valley

Here we are in an old vine vineyard in the St. Helena AVA. It’s February and temperatures are in the mid 70’s. The wild mustard looks radiant, surrounding the old vine. The vineyard is not marked, but the old vine is either Zinfandel or Cabernet Sauvignon. Although we have little rainfall, the wild mustard in the Napa Valley is one of the best seasons in recent memory. Take a ride to the Napa Valley and experience one of nature’s delights.

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