Fruit of the Vine

Old-school methods and pipe bursting help a contractor replace collapsed drain lines without interrupting wine production
Fruit of the Vine

In the middle of the grape-harvesting season at the Charles Krug Winery in St. Helena, Calif., workers washing 40,000-gallon fermenting tanks and wooden storage barrels noticed that the water drained slowly while the level in a manhole rose.

A contractor inspecting the...

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