Not quite in the same league as the two, proven miracles required to become a Catholic saint, I returned home from work today to find that Vinoland's Pinot grigio grapes had been harvested. It is indeed a small miracle, as I didn't think harvest 2015 was ever going to get started here at home. I think it is only fitting that today - the day that Pope Francis canonized Father Junípero Serra, the first winegrower in California - a few grapes were picked in Vinoland; grapes destined to become a little bit of California wine. (And it is California wine month, besides.)
Like the St. Helena Cabernet Sauvignon, the Pinot grigio yield was down by about 50%. Pinot grigio by the numbers; outrageous °B, a pH of 3.94 and a TA of 5.30. Next up, Orange muscat.