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October 16, 2009 in City
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After a week of 16- to 20-hour days, Tyler Walters at Barrister Winery in downtown Spokane can put his hands on the grapes of the 2009 harvest Friday, Oct. 16, 2009. An early hard frost put Inland Northwest wineries into a frenzy of getting grapes out of the fields and into fermentation, putting the large stainless steel vats that hold the grapes in short supply.

Christopher Anderson photo

Tyler Walters at Barrister Winery in downtown Spokane puts his hands on the grapes of the 2009 harvest Friday, Oct. 16, 2009.

Christopher Anderson photo

The tasting room and production facility of Barrister Winery in downtown Spokane is crammed with vats of grapes from the 2009 harvest Friday, Oct. 16, 2009.

Christopher Anderson photo

Tyler Walters stands in the barrel room of Barrister Winery in downtown Spokane on Friday, Oct. 16, 2009.

Christopher Anderson photo

After a week of 16- to 20-hour days, a tired Tyler Walters walks through the barrel room of Barrister Winery in downtown Spokane on Friday, Oct. 16, 2009.

Christopher Anderson photo

Tyler Walters puts his hands on the grapes of the 2009 harvest at Barrister Winery in downtown Spokane on Friday, Oct. 16, 2009.

Christopher Anderson photo

Tyler Walters stands at a vat of 2009 grapes at Barrister Winery in downtown Spokane on Friday Oct. 16, 2009. An early hard frost put Inland Northwest wineries into a frenzy of getting grapes out of the fields and into fermentation.