Dust is stirred up by a helicopter’s rotors at the Jackson Family Wines’ Pine Mountain property in Sonoma County Oct. 6, 2016. Jackson Family Wines is among winemakers employing both high-tech and old-school techniques to adapt to hotter, drier conditions, including using drones to monitor crops and falcons to scare away grape-eating birds.
Dust is stirred up by a helicopter’s rotors at the Jackson Family Wines’ Pine Mountain property in Sonoma County Oct. 6, 2016. Jackson Family Wines is among winemakers employing both high-tech and old-school techniques to adapt to hotter, drier conditions, including using drones to monitor crops and falcons to scare away grape-eating birds. JASON HENRY The New York Times
Dust is stirred up by a helicopter’s rotors at the Jackson Family Wines’ Pine Mountain property in Sonoma County Oct. 6, 2016. Jackson Family Wines is among winemakers employing both high-tech and old-school techniques to adapt to hotter, drier conditions, including using drones to monitor crops and falcons to scare away grape-eating birds. JASON HENRY The New York Times

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