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Topic - Jim Dolphin
"The wetness and the humidity has in some cases led to botrytis, which is a mold that can lead to sallow rot, which is basically where the grapes start to rot on the vine and turn to vinegar," Mr. Dolphin said. "It's going to be impossible to make great wine this year."
Sorting grapes isn't glamorous, but the work is crucial this year, said Jim Dolphin, Delaplane's owner.