It is wild mustard season in wine country
With the heavy January rains, this mustard season in wine country should measure up as one of the best in recent years. The photo above was shot in a year ago February at the B.R. Cohn Winery in the Sonoma Valley. Wild mustard should be in full bloom in the Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Mendocino County, and the Santa Cruz Mountain region. The mustard season lasts to the end of March. The wild mustard season is one of wine country’s greatest shows.
MIKE BELTRAN says
The full yellow colors make a rich contrast to the vines that stand alone. The mustard turned into the soil provides rich compost for the coming of the new year. Great picture.