This winter has been quite different than 2016 and 2015. Budbreak is almost a full 3 weeks later than 2016. In April of last year, we were seeing temperatures in the 80s, and we have yet to break 70 degrees in 2017. We are estimating our main harvest to be in mid-October of this year. The wet weather does present some growing challenges, but it should be a great year for Oregon Pinot Noir.