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Percentage of all Texas vineyard acreage located in the Texas High Plains appellation, hit hard by freezing temperatures and power losses last month. Producers across Texas are cautiously optimistic because their vines were dormant and thus protected from the bad weather. Moreover, because extreme weather swings are common in the Lone Star State, many wine producers reserve fruit to hedge against a bad harvest in the next vintage.

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