We have another 200 of 1,700 tons remaining on the vines after the last of the Chardonnay arrived yesterday. Despite having significantly less tonnage this harvest than last year, the winery seems rather full. The fast paced harvest is to blame, requiring more tanks dedicated to fermentation simultaneously. A rather large weather event is predicted for the middle of the week, which should bring rain to the Edna Valley. While the rain is welcomed by many farmers, viticulturists and winemakers wish it would hold off a couple more weeks. Any fruit near ripe will be rushed in on Monday and Tuesday, while the rest will be pushed back until the sun comes back next week.