Wildfires threatened to ruin Washington wine last year, but little if any remnants of the smoke can be detected. Horses grazed in August on a pasture beside a vineyard as flames devoured the ridge above in Tonasket.
Wildfires threatened to ruin Washington wine last year, but little if any remnants of the smoke can be detected. Horses grazed in August on a pasture beside a vineyard as flames devoured the ridge above in Tonasket. Ruth Fremson NYT
Wildfires threatened to ruin Washington wine last year, but little if any remnants of the smoke can be detected. Horses grazed in August on a pasture beside a vineyard as flames devoured the ridge above in Tonasket. Ruth Fremson NYT

Despite raging wildfires in 2015, no smoke damage to wine grapes in Washington state

June 10, 2016 9:25 PM