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One last grape harvest in Rancho Cucamonga vineyard

Melanie Wong | Sep 4, 201704:29 PM     2

" . . . While the Gateway Vineyard yield is a small part of his Mira Loma winery’s production, Galleano said the Zinfandel is of very good quality. He’s philosophical about the impending change, saying it’s the inevitable result of farming in an urbanized area. The land prices, he said, become too high to sustain farming. . ."

One last grape harvest in Rancho Cucamonga vineyard

Hotels are planned for the vineyard on Fourth Street and Haven Avenue in Rancho Cucamonga, making this week’s grape harvest likely the last.

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